16th September at Betteshanger Park
Set in the heart of the Park, both the cinema screen and natural auditorium are entirely uncovered – a perfect way to enjoy long, warm summer evenings in the great outdoors.
The final film of the season is Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016).
Tim Burton’s popular adaptation of the Lewis Carroll classic. Alice returns to the whimsical world of Wonderland as she travels back in time to help the Mad Hatter.
Cinema goers are invited to create their own Mad Hatter’s Tea Party before the film.
The fun doesn’t stop with the movie, there will also be local food and drinks in the festival village tipis.
Pack a comfy chair, a blanket and a hamper. Sit back, popcorn in hand; relax and enjoy an alternative cinema experience under the stars.
Open Air Cinema goes ahead come rain or shine. Please bring appropriate clothing and equipment for an evening out in Great British weather.