The Luna Drive In Cinema at Tatton Park

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor
Luna Cinema Tatton Park
The Luna Cinema

The Luna Drive In Cinema at Tatton Park, 1 — 19 May 2021 Tickets from £37.5 — Book now

Outdoor movie specialists The Luna Cinema are back at Tatton Park this Spring with their big screen set to showcase a variety of classic and cult films alongside some more recent hits. The Luna Drive In Cinema boasts the UK’s highest definition screens, personal in-car digital wireless speakers and a new food and drink system that allows you to order from your smartphone.

Fully socially distanced and scheduled in line with the government’s covid roadmap, the idea is to fuse the nostalgia of the classic American drive-in with cutting edge, contemporary technology. Film fans looking for the big screen experience can book now for dozens of different titles, including screenings of cult musicals such as Grease or The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Looking for thrills? Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction makes an appearance alongside Steven Spielberg’s Jaws. Or for something more modern, how about kids favourite Onward or Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in La La Land? Hit the link to find out the full range of titles, but there should be something for everybody, whether you’re after an evening out with housemates, a romantic date night or a family day trip with a difference.

The Luna Drive In Cinema at Tatton Park, 1 — 19 May 2021 Tickets from £37.5 Book now

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