Cult Screens is back for its biggest season yet this summer, with events throughout the Thames Valley, and in Old Town, Swindon from 5 June.
The cinema opens its doors for the first time on 29 May and is at all its usual haunts as well as some new ones too.
There are three fantastic venues in Oxford city centre, the Rooftop Cinema at Malmaison, the Old Prison Exercise Yard and the Castle Courtyard. There will also be a events at the Grade II listed Caversham Court Gardens on the banks of the Thames in Reading and new for 2014, the Town Gardens Bowl in Swindon.
Events are also planned for later in the summer in Bristol and the Solent area in what promises to be an amazing summer of film action under the stars.
The first 8 weeks is on sale now with films including Withnail & I, Dirty Dancing, Pans Labyrinth, The Lost Boys, This is Spinal Tap, Anchorman, Top Gun, The Usual Suspects and many more. For horror fans there is even a special Friday 13th full moon screening of John Landis 1981 classic An American Werewolf in London in Caversham.
Cult Screens events are fully seated on a choice of deckchairs, single or double bean bags. The films are shown on a giant outdoor screen and are projected in full cinema quality 2k HD, the best picture of all the outdoor cinemas in the country.
There are blankets to keep guests warm and the best mobile cocktail bar around run by Milk serving a fantastic selection of drinks including draught ale, wine and Cult Screens’ famous cocktails in pint glasses.
There is delicious food too, including all the usual cinema treats like popcorn and chocolate, as well as speciality hotdogs, imported from Germany by The Sausage Man of Borough Market.
Part two of the season will be released in early June and promises more cult and pop culture classics including The Shining, Labyrinth, Leon, The Princess Bride as well as a few surprises.
Tickets are £12.50 for standard seating or £14.50 for deckchairs. The first 8 weeks of the summer are on sale now.
Screenings at Old Town Gardens, Swindon:
5 June – Top Gun
6 June – Dirty Dancing
7 June – Anchorman
17 July – Grease
18 July – Leon
19 July – The Lost Boys