Cult Screens returns to Cheltenham

Luxurious open-air cinema company, Cult Screens, is set to return to Cheltenham this summer, showing hit movies within a unique setting.

Following its inaugural visit to Cheltenham in summer 2016, Cult Screens will return with an impressive programme, showing six films at two of Cheltenham’s favourite venues.

Encompassing everything from musicals to cult classics, this year’s films will span La La Land, The Lost Boys, and Dirty Dancing at Sudeley Castle from Thursday 10 to Saturday 12 August 2017; and Fight Club Back to the Future and Grease at Sandford Parks Lido from Wednesday 20 to Friday 22 September 2017.

Film fans will be able to enjoy a unique cinema experience, with Cult Screens showing the movies in high definition projection with impressive screens and brilliant audio, while there will once again be a choice of comfortable seating such as deckchairs and beanbags, and food and drink options.

Sure to deliver another year of blockbuster entertainment, Cult Screens’ return to Cheltenham is sure to delight film fans across the county, who can book tickets online.

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© SoGlos
Thursday 08 June 2017

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