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BOOK TICKETS to see the classic comedy romance, Pretty Woman on the BIG screen outdoors and under the stars at the lovely Thorndon Country Park South.
How can you not fall in love with the gorgeous Richard Gere and Julia Roberts as this very unlikely couple. After a chance meeting in Hollywood Boulevard’s red light district, Edward Lewis (Richard Gere) persuades the beautiful prostitute Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts) to spend the week with him and to be at his beck and call. Will he be her Prince Charming and will it be the fairy tale ending she has always dreamed of@f0
Starring : Richard Gere, Julia Roberts, Jason Alexander
With Pre-film entertainment
THERE WILL BE FOOD & DRINK AVAILABLE:
We have Ben’s Bites delivering beautiful burgers, hot dogs, fries and much more.
We have Blue Can Cafe bringing gorgeous waffles, toasties, speciality coffee, hot chocolate and plenty more goodies.
And we have Oscar’s Bar serving you both Soft and Alcoholic drinks from Beer, Wine, Shots through to Frose – Frozen Rose Slush or Slush with a shot!
Gates open at 7:30pm (not before). Live pre-film entertainment from 8:30pm.
Then enjoy a laugh with some ‘Outdoor Karaoke’ whilst we wait for the sun to finally go down enough for us to start the film – approximately 9:30pm. Then settle down to watch Edward and Vivian’s intriguing relationship develop on our HUGE 28 foot inflatable screen with HD projectors and BIG sound!
Get all your friends together and come and join us for a fantastic evening under the stars. Don’t forget your seats and blankets.
By all means walk to us but we will use the main car park at Thorndon Park South, which will be free for the duration of the event.
Note: NO GLASS will be permitted at this event.
Alcohol sales – We will be practising the Challenge25 policy, if you are lucky enough to look under the age of 25 then please be prepared to show ID to prove that you are over 18.
Film Certificate: 15
Under 16’s will not be admitted unless accompanied by an adult.
Pretty Woman Film Trailer …