Now that things are opening up Drive in Cinemas have become the thing to do this summer… its fun, its safe and you lets you enjoy the magic of movies! Cinema knows no quarantine!
Drive-in cinema screenings are being held all over the country. So here’s a round up of some of the drive-in cinemas and events we know of in 2020 that are worth planning a road trip for:
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Location:Troubadour Meridian Water, Harbet Road, Edmonton, London, N18 3QQ
Relive the magic of the great American drive in movie theatre – a contact-free way to experience film, outdoor theatre and live performances. You’ll get the drive in experience, with live actors, classic cinema refreshments, and great entertainment – all from the safety and comfort of your automobile.
Sound is broadcast straight to your car’s FM radio, and thanks to op-of-the-range LED screen, you’ll have a great view wherever you park up, no matter the time of day. Snacks and drinks are available to order through our mobile app, and will be safely delivered to your car by our team of 1950s drive in attendants.
From the latest blockbusters to cult classics, stand-up comedy to live music, The Drive In movie theatre is this summer’s must-visit London attraction.
Location: Aldenham Rd, Elstree, Borehamwood WD6 3BA
Set in an enchanted woodland, join Carview for a night under the stars filled with timeless classics and nationwide favourites. Immerse yourself in the ultimate cinematic experience, and adjust your own volume, as FM transmitters broadcast the sound directly to your car radio. Using the website for all orders, there’ll be no need to leave the comfort of your car. Carhops will deliver all the delicious food and drinks on offer straight to your car window.
Locations: Allianz Park in North London, Printworks in East London, Blenheim Palace in Oxford, Warwick Castle in the Midlands, Knebworth House in Herts, Harewood House in Leeds and Tatton Park in Manchester this summer.
Check out what’s on here.
They’ve got state of the art sound and screens, a fantastic selection of food and drink contactlessly ordered and delivered, a selection of some of the best films ever made, and all of it can be enjoyed whilst staying safe and socially distanced.
Check out the movies being shown from 7th – 31st July at Alexandra Palace
Location: Alexandra Palace
With food on tap, contact free movies from the comfort of your own car!
Location: South of England Showground, Selsfield Rd, Haywards Heath, RH17 6TH.
Working from a variety of locations across the UK, Cinestock are an independent provider of open-air and drive-in cinemas. Join them at one of their special drive in shows this year, to spend a magical night under the stars. With an increased selection of films and the option to upgrade to VIP. Cinestock drive-in cinema could be a perfect date night for you this year.
Location: Twyford Avenue Sports Ground, London
Sunset Cinema is an all American inspired vintage Drive-In movie experience. Cinema knows no quarantine, and we welcome you to join us in a unique setting in West London. We will be screening some of the best feel good flicks, classics and cult films, accompanied by incredible food, cocktails and more…
A few Drive in Tips!
Get there early!
Most of them are on a first come first serve basis so get there early!
Aim to get there half an hour early to avoid queues and get your food and drinks orders in
Find out if you can bring your own food and drink
This can save you good money if you can pack a picnic to bring with you. There’ll always be popcorn and hotdogs on site if not.
Make sure your radio works
You can only hear the film by tuning in through your car radio. So if your car radio doesn’t create the best audio, you might want to think about going in someone else’s car.
Take cash with you
Depending on the venue, you might not be able to use your card to buy refreshments. So take some cash out just in case.
Check the age rating of the film if you’re taking the kids.
While drive-in cinemas are great for family nights out, film classification rules still apply and you could be refused entry if your children are under age.