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Tonbridge Castle to show La La Land, Mamma Mia, and Ghostbusters with outdoor cinema this summer

PUBLISHED: 14:18 12 April 2017

Open air cinema at the castle

Open air cinema at the castle

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Tonbridge Castle will be hosting the Luna Cinema in this summer.

On July 14-16, the producer of outdoor cinema events will be hosted by the castle when it shows La La Land, Mamma Mia, and Ghostbusters.

Audiences are welcome to bring along chairs, picnics and drinks to the screenings. However, there will be hot food for sale and a full bar on site. Premium tickets include a premium seat in a prime position on the lawn and a free drink at the Luna Bar.

Now in its ninth season, the Luna Cinema puts on a nationwide programme of over 150 screenings across the UK, and this is the third season that Tonbridge Castle has played host to the big screen, with sell out screenings in 2015 and 2016.

The programme is as follows:

- La La Land: Friday July 14

- Mamma Mia: Saturday July 15

- Ghostbusters: Sunday July 16

Prices are: Adults £14.50, Children £9.50, VIP £26.50. Gates open at 7.30pm and films start at 9.15pm.

Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online at www.thelunacinema.com or from Tonbridge Castle Gateway by calling 01732 770929 Prices are as follows: Adults £14.50, Children £9.50, VIP £26.50. Gates open at 7.30pm and films start at 9.15pm.

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