Published: 08:47, 04 June 2020
| Updated: 12:57, 06 July 2020
Outdoor cinema screenings have been announced for four picturesque venues in Kent later this year.
The company, which specialises in cinema under the stars between June and October every year, has also launched some drive-in cinema showings in London and other major cities in response to the coronavirus outbreak and the need for social distancing.
But its hugely popular outdoor cinema later in the summer is also still going ahead.
The first in Kent will be held at Leeds Castle, between Thursday, July 30 and Saturday, August 1. Screenings will be of the movie based on the period drama Downton Abbey; The Greatest Showman starring Hugh Jackman and the classic Grease.
Following that will be Swanley Park's showings of the Elton John biopic Rocketman and the 80s classic starring Patrick Swayze, Dirty Dancing.
Tonbridge Castle is next with Dirty Dancing on Friday, September 25; Rocketman on Saturday, September 26 and Romeo and Juliet, starring Leonardo DiCaprio on Sunday, September 27.
And Rochester Castle provides the county finale with showings of Rocketman on Friday, October 2 and Grease on Saturday, October 3.
Tickets are likely to be snapped up quickly, but are currently available. Book at thelunacinema.com
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