It's our new summer season and we have the perfect start!
We'd love you to try out the outdoor cinema experience and discover a critically acclaimed film into the bargain! And, we're inviting you at a special discount price too!!
Our choice is the highly recommended 'Hunt For The Wilderpeople' (12A). A genuinely hilarious and touching crowd-pleaser from New Zealand staring Sam Neill as a grumpy 'outdoors' man forming a surprising bond with a defiant city kid in foster care played by young rising star Julian Dennison (currently in Deadpool 2). Mark Kermode LOVES it! We do too! Give it a go and have a really great night out. If you want to check out the trailer, here it is:
"A big warm hug of a film" Total Film - 'Film of the Year - 2016 Empire Magazine
NOTE: Please do see show notes below and check your email just prior to event for advice and details. All tickets are non refundable (unless the show is cancelled due to exceptional adverse weather).
Doors Open - 8.00pm
Film - Approx 9.40pm according to dusk light.
Show End - Approx 11.15 pm
Presentation: Massive 7m wide screen, HD picture, 4000 watts of sound.
Free parking for the evening to all film ticket holders.
Important: Please bring a torch, garden chair, blanket, warm clothing and own food/drink. (Wine bottles are allowed but please no glass cups).
Location: Stanwick Lakes is on the A45 between Wellingborough and Thrapston, opposite Stanwick village. The theatre is by the mini-lake to the left of the park entrance and close to the cafe. It's signposted too!
It's highly recommended to bring a TORCH please - there is no outdoor lighting at the grounds, so you will need a torch to return to your car safely. Also, seating is not provided so we suggest fold-up picnic chairs or garden blankets. If using chairs and arriving early, please sit at the back and sides first, especially if your chair is high backed.
What should I wear?
Even after the warmest day the temperature can drop significantly late in the evening so please dress appropriately and bring an extra layer or a blanket with you. And waterproofs coats if we are very unlucky!
Can I bring my own food?
Yes, you are welcome to bring your own refreshment including your own alcohol. Wine bottles are fine but please refrain from bringing any other glass with you - use plastic cups to drink from as opposed to glass that can easily break.
What happens if it rains?
This show is an all-weather event and screenings go ahead if rain is forecast. We hope the weather will be fine when you come but if showers are forecast, we advise bringing a suitable coat just in case. No umbrellas please out of respect for others please.
However, if extreme weather is forecast such as high winds or storms, we will endeavour to reschedule the show and email notification. Should the event need to be cancelled, refunds will be given (minus booking fees from the web).
Can I bring my children?
For this show, children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult, please note the film times. BBFC caution: Contains moderate bad language, innuendo, infrequent bloody moments
Can I bring my dog?
No, we are sorry but dogs are not allowed out of respect for other guests.
Finally if you wish to smoke, please do it beyond the space of the audience, again please think of others. Have a great night.