Watch your favourite film under the stars as the Grange once again joins forces with Strode Theatre and Clarks Village to present the third annual outdoor film festival in Street.
Taking place over 3 nights, watch the classics on a big screen set in the grounds of the Grange, a historic Grade II listed manor house. Bring your blankets and chairs and enjoy the setting with your own picnics or refreshments purchased from local producers at our stalls.
Those attending the outdoor cinema evenings can enjoy exclusive discounts at the Clarks Village restaurants to enjoy a pre-cinema meal and a one-day 10% discount at many of the stores at Clarks Village.
The programme of films will be announced shortly!
Thursday 15th August 2019
Friday 16th August 2019
Saturday 17th August 2019 – YOU DECIDE!
A public vote will go live on 25 April on the Alfred Gillett Trust, Strode Theatre and Clarks Village Facebook pages, with a choice between the classic 1980’s Indiana Jones (and The Last Crusade), Disney’s Beauty and The Beast and Disney’s 1994 The Lion King. Make sure you vote to see your favourite film on the big screen – the winning film will be announced early June.
Tickets will be available from the 25 April and advance booking is essential. Call the Strode Theatre ticket office on 01458 442846 or visit www.strodetheatre.org.uk
|Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children)||£38.00|
You have three seating options for the event:
Please do not bring any windbreakers, tents or gazebos.
What is happening on that day?
The Grange with Strode Theatre will show one film a night on a large screen as detailed above. Doors open at 7pm and the films start at approximately 8.30pm and will finish by 11.30pm at the latest.
Where will the screenings be taking space?
The big screen is located on the Grange lawns opposite the food court at Clarks Village, and the audience will sit on the grass on their own chairs or blankets. The space will be cordoned off in the afternoon and after 7pm, only ticket holders will be able to access the space.
How can I book a ticket?
Tickets can be booked on the Strode Theatre website at www.strodetheatre.org.uk/whats-on, or by ringing the box office on 01458 442846.
What happens if there’s rain?
In the event of wet weather, the screening will still go ahead. Please check the forecast in advance and come dressed accordingly. Remember to bring warm (maybe even waterproof) clothing and a blanket if you wish, as it does get cool towards the end of a screening. Waterproof ponchos will be available. Only in the case of extreme weather, such as dangerously high winds, will the screening be cancelled. Unfortunately, we cannot give refunds.
What are the food and drink options?
Refreshments including soft drinks, alcoholic drinks and snacks will be available to purchase from stalls in the grounds. Further food providers to be announced shortly. For people eating in the Clarks Village restaurant terrace before the event, and take away is available to bring onto site. You are also free to bring your own picnic, but please remember to respect the grounds, drink responsibly and take your litter with you when you leave. Strictly no glass containers.
Can I smoke?
A smoking area is available for smokers to use during the screening.
Can I bring a dog to the screening?
Dogs on leads are welcome, and the owners are asked to keep control of their dog and consider others in the audience.
Will there be toilets?
Toilets are located within 20 metres of the site for visitors to use, free of charge. There will also be disabled toilets available. These are located at the entrance to Clarks Village.
Are children allowed?
Children are permitted at all of our events, if they’re of age to see the films classification. It is the guardians’ responsibility to ensure the rating of the film is suitable for their child/children.
Will there be wheelchair access?
The site is fully accessible.
I may need some special assistance at an event. How can I arrange this?
The screening space will be accessible and there will be disabled toilets available. The stewards are always available to assist disabled audience members as required. Please let us know of any requirements you may have in advance, by emailing email@example.com so we can welcome and assist you to the best of our ability. It is worth noting that our outdoor screenings tend to be on grass with some hard surface availability but our stewards can help you get across any rough ground if necessary.
My question hasn’t been answered, where can I get more information?
Please contact the Alfred Gillett Trust at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01458 444060. Alternatively, ring Strode Theatre box office on 01458 442846.