Derbyshire open air cinema tour – hope it doesn’t rain

Summer Nights Film Festival 2012 will tour a selection of classic and contemporary films and family features to locations throughout Derbyshire.

They will all presented on a giant screen by QUAD, Derby’s centre for art and film. Summer Nights offers the chance to enjoy the great outdoors for a unique cinematic experience.

The dates venues and films screening in the Summer Nights Tour are:

Elvaston Castle: Women In Love (15) on Friday 4th May at 6:30pm & Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (15) on Saturday 5th May at 6:30pm

Sudbury Hall: The Adventures of Tintin (PG) on Friday 11th May at 6:30pm & Jane Eyre (PG) on Saturday 12th May at 6:30pm

Renishaw Hall: The King’s Speech (12A) on Friday 1st June at 7:30pm & The Queen (12A) on Saturday 2nd June at 7:30pm

Rosliston Forestry Centre: Casablanca (U) on Friday 20th July at 7:30pm & The King’s Speech (12A) on Saturday 21st July at 7:30pm Queen’s Park, Chesterfield: Mamma Mia (PG) on Friday 27th July at 7:30pm & Jurassic Park (PG) on Saturday 28th July at 7:30pm

Calke Abbey: The Woman in Black (12A) on Friday 10th August at 7:00pm & Mamma Mia (PG) on Saturday 11th August at 7:00pm

Kedleston Hall: The 39 Steps (U) on Friday 17th August at 7:00pm & Pride and Prejudice (U) on Saturday 18th August at 7:00pm

Tickets for the following screenings will go on sale from 31st March:

Hardwick Hall: War Horse (12A) on Friday 31st August at 7:00pm & Casablanca (U) on Saturday 1st September at 7:00pm

The Lime Kiln, Wirksworth: Grease (PG) on Friday 7th September at 7:00pm & The Artist (PG) on Saturday 8th September at 7:00pm

The Pavilion, Rolls-Royce Leisure, Derby: War Horse (12A) on Friday 14th September at 5:30pm & Battle of Britain (PG) on Saturday 15th September at 5:30pm

Tickets for Summer Nights Film Festival 2012 are £12 per person – QUAD Box office can be contacted on: (01332) 290606.


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