WIN a pair of tickets to Summer Nights Film Festival at Wollaton Hall


One of the most anticipated events in Nottinghamshire’s summer calendar, the Summer Nights Outdoor Film Festival is back this August with a blockbuster lineup of films showing at very special locations across the county.

One lucky winner will receive a pair of tickets to a screening of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves in the grounds of the Wollaton Hall estate, just in time for the 25th anniversary of the iconic film.

The audience will be taken back to the times of the county’s favourite fugitive with Kevin Costner playing Robin Hood alongside his trusty companion Morgan Freeman and Alan Rickman‘s tryannic Sheriff of Nottingham – all in home of the legendary outlaw himself.
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Summer Nights at Wollaton Hall

Friday 26 August 2016: Mad Max: Fury Road (15)

Saturday 27 August 2016 : Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (12A)

Sunday 28 August 2016: The Dark Knight Rises (12A)

Bank Holiday Monday 29th August 2016: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Summer Nights at Hardwick Hall

Friday 19 August: Spectre (12A)

Saturday 20 August: Ghost (12A)

Throughout the summer, Nottinghamshire has fantastically varied program of outdoor film and theatre performances to enjoy under the stars, from Shakespeare to children’s favourite Danny Champion of the World. Take at look at the full listings here.

To be in with a chance of winning, just complete the form below. Competition closes on 27th June 2016

Terms and conditions apply.

Could there be another Robin Hood film on the horizon? Take a look at our roundup of the rumours.

Posted on 06 June 2016
Featured author: Jessie

Nottingham native and fan of all things music, arts and animal related.

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