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The Dark Knight returns to Wollaton Hall

Wollaton Hall in Nottingham will host a very special outdoor cinema experience this September, with screenings of The Dark Knight Rises and Les Miserables as part of the Summer Nights Film Festival 2013.

Wollaton Hall, which plays the role of ‘Wayne Manor’ in The Dark Knight Rises, has already garnered much attention due to its Hollywood role, and the screenings will provide a stunning backdrop for the events.

Set within a beautiful 500-acre deer park, the natural setting of Wollaton Hall is perfect for a night under the stars watching some of the world’s best cinema. Bring a picnic along, and prepare for a memorable night of movie-going in one of Nottinghamshire’s most beautiful locations.

Friday 6 September, 7pm: Les Miserables (12A)

This sweeping and spectacular interpretation by Oscar-winning director Tom Hooper brings to life the classics ‘I dreamed a dream’, ‘Bring him home’ and ‘One day more’, and features an Oscar-winning performance by Anne Hathaway.

Tickets are £12 per person.

Saturday 7 September, 7pm: The Dark Knight Rises (12A)

Christopher Nolan returns to Gotham City for a final go-around with Christian Bale’s Batman, also starring Anne Hathaway and Tom Hardy, with scenes from the film shot at Wollaton Hall.

Tickets are £12 per person.

The Summer Nights Film Festival 2013 is produced by QUAD, Derby and will tour to other iconic locations around the region.

Both showings start at 7pm and tickets are priced at £12.  To book seats and for more information, please see QUAD website http://www.derbyquad.co.uk/whats-on-listing/summer-nights or call QUAD Box Office on 01332 290606.

Posted on 18 July 2013

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