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  The Luna Cinema [read more]
  Out at the drive-in
  The Luna Cinema, the UK's leading outdoor cinema company, announces today its return with an amazing new drive-in season opening from April 12th. Following the government roadmap announcement that allows specific entertainment to start again, film fans will have the opportunity to experience new and classic movies in a nostalgic, socially distanced setting. Offering state-of-the-art sound and visuals, using the UK's highest definition outdoor screens, a unique in-car digital sound solution and a new 'click & collect' food and drink offer, The Luna Cinema welcomes you back to the ultimate drive-in cinema experience.

Over the past 13 years, The Luna Cinema has established itself as the market leader in the UK's open air and pop-up cinema industry. Pivoting to a drive-in format in response to the pandemic in 2020, the hugely popular experience attracted nearly a quarter million people across the year, with 179,000 in the summer alone! After a long winter lockdown, film fans will be delighted to hear it is returning once again this April at sites across the country, including Blenheim Palace, Knebworth House, the Birmingham NEC and Bluewater in Kent, with more venues to be added soon. For those experiencing Netflix-fatigue, the time has come to return to the beauty of big-screen cinema, and an evening out that fuses the nostalgia of classic Americana with state of the art technology for a 21st Century take on the drive in cinema format.

The new drive-in season kicks off on April 12th, and will be followed by The Luna Cinema's traditional outdoor cinema which is set to open late June. Venues will hold between 180 and 400 cars per screening and will utilise both the highest definition outdoor LED screens and Luna's traditional digital projection cinema solution across the various sites. Bluewater will present two screenings each night from Monday to Fridays. At the weekends, there will be three screenings starting in the afternoon with a film for all ages, followed by evening showings against the backdrop of the setting sun. Knebworth House, Blenheim Palace and NEC Birmingham will host a single screening each evening, 7 nights a week. It's the perfect night out for those eager to escape lockdown as soon as the government roadmap allows!
  Graeme Clark [5 Mar 2021 at 18:59]
     

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