Hideaway Cinema has added more films and locations to their Summer 2021 programme. Each with an eclectic five-day schedule of film, the new locations include Knowsley Estate Merseyside from 23rd-27th June.
New titles include multiple award-winning Lin-Manuel Miranda’s new film In The Heights which will be screening as early as July 11, Oscar® nominated The Father from July 7 and Disney’s highly anticipated Cruella from July 17, giving audiences a safe outdoor space to watch the latest movie releases as well as the classics. As previously announced, Hideaway Cinema launches on 20 May with an outdoor screening of Wonder Woman 1984 at the Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) Shoreditch.
In addition to showing some of the latest releases such as Space Jam: New Legacy, Godzilla Vs Kong and The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do it, the programme has been curated to treat cinema fans of all ages to their favourites on the big screen in regional locations around the UK. The wide-ranging programme also includes special Breakfast Club screenings of The Lion King, Tom & Jerry and Paddington for tiny tots and families alike. Tarantino afficionados will be able to get their fix with cult classics Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, and musical fans will be spoilt for choice new and vintage hits such as Bohemian Rhapsody, Grease, Mamma Mia, Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Greatest Showman, Rocketman and A Star is Born.
CEO of Hideaway Cinema Jack Denman said:
“We know society needs normality and routine after a year like no other. Anguish and pain can only be endured for so long, and we hope to bring a small slice of the normality and freedom unique to the world of film. We are excited to bring Hideaway Cinema to a venue near you and know that you will get to enjoy the experience, finally.”
About Hideaway Cinema
Hideaway Cinema has always been a concept born through adaptation and innovation. The founders started their journey in outdoor cinema as their summer project to fill the void created when their student events ceased for the summer. From humble beginnings of 4 outdoor cinema screenings in a car park in the south west, they have rapidly and systematically scaled to service the ever-increasing demand for experiences and lifestyle events. The year 2020 proved the catalyst for further growth in 2021 as COVID-19 restrictions led to a marketplace with reduced competition coupled with a notoriously stagnant cinema industry having to adapt and diversify to service consumer demand.
Social Distancing Pod System
To comply with current Government COVID guidelines tickets are available for a socially distanced pod to which you will be guided on arrival by a member of the team; the capacity of each pod will range from 2-6 persons.
It is anticipated that from 21st June the pod system will no longer be required by law, however, tickets will continue to be sold in the format in case social distancing is still required to be maintained.
In the event that your group is larger than 6 you may purchase as many pods as required to meet your total admissions. For example, a group of 9 should purchase a pod for 4 and a pod for 5; as long as both parties arrive at the same time, they will be shown to adjoining pods wherever possible. The group will still be required to maintain social distancing by law and may be asked to leave should there be a continual breach of COVID Guidelines.
HIDEAWAY CINEMA has appointed Digital Cinema Media (DCM), the market leader in UK cinema advertising, as its commercial and partnerships partner.