Make the most of summer with the ultimate date night – a movie under the stars! Here’s 8 reasons why an outdoor cinema experience like Cult Screens is the perfect way to impress a loved one and make memories this summer.

The impressive locations

The impressive locations

Impressive locations - A castle, prison, cathedral, swimming pool, garden and zoo. Extra brownie points for thinking outside the box for a romantic and unusual location.

Cheers to that - You can enjoy chilled bottles of Prosecco and jam jar cocktails from the bar whilst you watch your favourite film of all-time. 

Tasty food - Who can resist trendy, tasty street food? Kurbside Kitchen are THE KING of gourmet street food and are on hand serving up impressive hotdogs, nachos and Cajun fries. 

Romance central - What’s more romantic than watching a movie under the stars? Point made. 

Affordable - If you're doing date night on a budget then the BYO option is perfect! Purchase a general ticket for just £13.95 each and you can bring your own drink, food, seat and blanket. Even better, why not make a delicious picnic for some added romance? 

Make the most of the summer - No one wants to be stuck indoors in the summer, so this way you can enjoy date night AND the good weather. BONUS! 

Get cosy - Get extra close and purchase a double bean bag. This includes entry for two, beanbag seating, a complimentary drink from the bar, a complimentary bag of popcorn, and a blanket to keep you snug.

Endless choice – There’s a huge choice of movies to pick from so disagreements can be kept to a minimum (we hope). Star Wars: Rogue One, Dirty Dancing, Top Gun, Grease, Fight Club, Romeo + Juliet, LA LA Land and Moonlight are just a few of the screenings this summer. 

Cult Screens (www.cultscreens.co.uk) is the perfect outdoor cinema experience everyone should treat themselves to this summer. A luxurious open air cinema like no other at carefully selected unusual, spectacular locations throughout the country.

Summer 2017 tickets are on sale now. Book online for Cult Screens 2017 at www.cultscreens.co.uk 


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