Enjoy a film on a farm in Hampshire
PUBLISHED: 10:43 07 September 2015 | UPDATED: 10:43 07 September 2015
On 11 and 12 September, enjoy whole evening of entertainment before watching a film under the stars.
Gates open at 7pm for a locally sourced BBQ, Hampshire’s finest Jude’s Ice Cream, Tyrrell’s Poshcorn and the fabulous fully licensed mobile bar from Tipsy Goose before choosing the best spot in the field.
On Friday 11 September the showing will be the swash buckling romantic classic Robin Hood Prince of Thieves at Holden Farm, Cheriton. Then to celebrate the start of the Rugby World Cup 2015, the epic Invictus will be shown at Manor Farm, Droxford on 12 September.
The idea was created by two friends who are the next generation of Hampshire farmers who share a love of film and the great outdoors. They will deliver a new cinema experience located within the countryside but to be enjoyed by all, giving everyone the chance to visit the stunning countryside of the South Downs National Park.
The audience can enjoy an insight into an exceptional physical space, a world-class heritage destination, but most importantly a thoroughly enjoyable night out at the movies. Funds will be raised for local groups to ensure fantastic community benefits. The response, from local businesses and council authorities, has been overwhelming; they are all excited to see culture with a difference in the countryside. This is a truly unique event and a great night out for everyone.