Published: 17:34, 11 July 2019
| Updated: 17:34, 11 July 2019
Dreamland is launching an open air cinema at the theme park throughout the summer.
Film fans and families will be able to join in sing-a-long screenings and enjoy some Hollywood classics on the giant screen at the attraction in Margate.
The park is launching a Thursday night cinema club and family screenings on Sunday ahead of the summer holidays.
The first showing will be on July 25 with The Mask and then every Thursday evening throughout the school holidays during August.
The Sunday screenings at 10.30am will start on July 28 and continue for the following four weeks and are free to attend.
Limited numbers of free general admission tickets are available on a first come first serve basis but tickets starting at £10 guarantees a seat and unlimited popcorn and drink.
Dreamland chief executive Eddie Kemsley said: “We’ve got a sizzling, all-you-can-treat summer ahead at Dreamland, and now parents don’t need to worry about choosing between screen time and fresh air and exercise – we’ve got you covered!
“The park is perfect for those wanting to scream their lungs out on our rides, but it’s also a gorgeous spot for relaxing with friends and family with a great film.
“Bring a blanket and sunscreen, pick a spot on the Dreamland steps, dress up if you feel inclined, and watch the credits roll.”
The amusement park has utilised the big screen to show the Women's World Cup and Glastonbury already this summer.
The Thursday Cinema Club with family-friendly films are as follows:
Sunday Family Screenings will be:
For ticket details and bookings head to www.dreamland.co.uk/events