Sandringham, The Queen’s Norfolk residence, has announced plans to host an outdoor cinema later this month.
On Friday, the estate confirmed all screenings would be in accordance to the Government guidelines regarding social distancing.
Film fans can purchase tickets for a variety of films including, Rocketman, A Star Is Born and many more. The first showing is on 25th September 2020, with oscar-winner, 1917.
Visitors can upgrade their tickets to make their event a more comfortable experience. Extras include deckchairs, table, popcorn as well as a separate area next to their car.
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The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall attended the London premiere of ‘1917’ in December 2019.
Viewers will be able to hear the film via transmitters that connect to the Bluetooth/aux in cars.
At the end of September we’ll be welcoming @EnchantedCinema for a variety of Drive In Movies in the grounds of Sandringham – see the full list and book tickets via the website – https://t.co/co2ZWPQyjV pic.twitter.com/mIsGKaciNQ
— Sandringham (@sandringham1870) September 4, 2020
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Queen Victoria bought Sandringham in 1863 for her eldest son, the future Edward VII, and has been used as a private royal residence ever since. It is most famous as The Queen’s Christmas retreat, a tradition that only began in the 1980s, when Windsor Castle – the usual Royal Family Christmas location – needed repair work.
Sandringham House is located in Norfolk on a 20,000 acre estate, with The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge owning Anmer Hall, just a few miles away from the main house.
For more information and full schedule of films, visit www.sandringhamestate.co.uk/events