MARTY McFly, Mark Renton, Tyler Durden, Baby Houseman, Freddy Krueger and Bletchley Park codebreaker Alan Turing don’t have very much
MARTY McFly, Mark Renton, Tyler Durden, Baby Houseman, Freddy Krueger and Bletchley Park codebreaker Alan Turing don’t have very much in common.
Not usually, anyway.
But over the coming months they can all be seen at Caversham Court Gardens as part of Cult Screens’ summer 2015 season of open–air cinema screenings.
Billed as the UK’s most luxurious (and downright coolest) al fresco cinema experience, the programme of has proved a hit in previous years with a signature blend of fan favourites, cult classics and recent box office successes.
This year Cult Screens will be bringing movie lovers more screenings than ever before â?? including a 30th anniversary showing of The Breakfast Club (August 6), the 2014 Oscar–winning film of the year, Birdman (August 5), and the iconic 1990’s chick flick Clueless (August 20).
With an incredible line–up of films, Cult Screens are expecting their busiest summer to date.
Tonight (Friday) offers the chance to revisit 1993’s Quentin Tarantino–scripted True Romance starring Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette, and a stellar supporting cast including Brad Pitt, Gary Oldman, Val Kilmer, Christopher Walken and Dennis Hopper.
Then tomorrow night (Saturday) it’s time to fire up the flux capacitor and revisit 1985 mega–smash Back to the Future, starring Michael J Fox as time–travelling teenager Marty McFly.
Films lined up for next month include JK Simmons’ Oscar–winning performance in Whiplash (June 11), highly acclaimed crime thriller The Usual Suspects (June 12) and David Bowie in 1980s cult classic Labyrinth (June 13).
Also coming this summer are current Oscar–winning films The Imitation Game (July 4), Boyhood (August 19), and highly acclaimed Interstellar (September 3), along with old favourites Nightmare on Elm Street (July 2), Dirty Dancing (July 3), Trainspotting (August 7), Fight Club (August 21) Pulp Fiction (September 4), and Dead Poets Society (September 2).
Tickets cost £14.50 for a beanbag or deckchair and can be booked through the film listing on the Cult Screens website (see below). Children aged 11 to 17 are welcome in groups of less than four if accompanied by at least one adult.
Both tonight and tomorrow night’s screenings are at 7.30pm and 9pm. For a full listing of Caversham Court Gardens screenings, go to http://cultscreens.co.uk