Enjoy the experience of a drive-in cinema and stay safe in the comfort of your own car. Tune your car radio in to hear the audio from the film. Choose a meal or snack from our selection of street food vendors or bring along your own snacks and drinks to enjoy whilst watching the film.
All cars will be spaced in 5 metre squares to comply with social distancing measures and health and safety guidelines to make your visit safe and enjoyable. The space immediately next to your car can be used for deckchairs or picnics if you wish.
Tickets are only available online and numbers are strictly limited to meet government guidelines in respect of the Covid-19 pandemic.
THURSDAY 24 JUNE - Kids films
11am Trolls: World Tour (U)
SPECIAL APPEARANCE: Poppy and Branch from the Trolls will be making an appearance in person at this showing.
5pm Paddington (PG)
SPECIAL APPEARANCE: Paddington Bear will be making a live appearance at this showing.
8.15pm Mamma Mia (PG)
FRIDAY 25 JUNE - Chick flicks
5pm Dirty Dancing (12)
8.15pm Pretty Woman (15)
SATURDAY 26 JUNE - Car movies
10.30am Cars (PG)
1.45pm Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang (U)
5.45pm The Italian Job (2003) (PG)
8.30pm The Italian Job (1969) (PG)
SUNDAY 27 JUNE - Military movies
1pm War Horse (12A)
5pm The Great Escape (PG)
Tickets need to be purchased for your vehicle at £20 per car PLUS £3 per person (+booking fees) for each film. When purchasing you will be given the option to Add-on as many individual tickets as you require.
Gates open one hour prior to each showing.
We want you to enjoy your visit but we will be asking you to comply with certain measures onsite to help us make the event safe for our visitors and staff. We kindly ask that you please help us by adhering to any measures that will be in place.
Please have your e-ticket ready when you enter the park. Failure to provide a ticket for each person may result in you being refused entry.
Please note all films advertised are correct but may be subject to change due to licensing regulations. You will be notified in advance of the screening if there are changes.
It is the responsibility of the adult booking the drive-in tickets to ensure that the film classification is suitable for the age of any children attending.