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Suffolk country estate to offer ‘unique outdoor cinema experience’

PUBLISHED: 09:57 06 July 2018

Kenton Hall has teamed up with Film on a Farm to host outdoor cinema events this summer Picture: JULIA CONWAY/FILM ON A FARM

Kenton Hall has teamed up with Film on a Farm to host outdoor cinema events this summer Picture: JULIA CONWAY/FILM ON A FARM

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A Suffolk country estate is being transformed into an open air cinema showing classic films for visitors to enjoy “snuggled up beneath a blanket of stars”.

The Driveway to Kenton Hall, near Stowmarket, where the outdoor cinema screenings will be held Picture: KERRIE MITCHELL PHOTOGRAPHYThe Driveway to Kenton Hall, near Stowmarket, where the outdoor cinema screenings will be held Picture: KERRIE MITCHELL PHOTOGRAPHY

Kenton Hall Estate, between Framlingham and Stowmarket, is hosting a “unique outdoor cinema experience” for a screening of The Italian Job on Friday, July 13 followed by Four Weddings and a Funeral the night after.

“We have teamed up with Film On a Farm to bring the great outdoor cinema experience to our farm in Suffolk,” said Kenton Hall’s Lucy McVeigh.

“We are actually the only farm in East Anglia Film On a Farm currently work with.”

Visitors will be able to enjoy food including, longhorn beef burgers, pizza, popcorn and ice cream as well as drinks from a fully licensed bar serving Adnams, Aspall, Pimms and other alcoholic and soft drinks.

Tickets, costing £12, should be booked in advance by emailing info@kentonhallestate.co.uk or calling 01728 862062.

Visit Kenton Hall Estate’s website for more details.


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