In welcome entertainment news, the Luna Cinema has announced its 2020 season is going ahead this summer.
From May to October, film-lovers across the country can choose from over 150 outdoor screenings in some of the UK’s most prestigious and historically important venues.
Film fans are in for a treat with a line-up of box office greats and award winners, with the Oscar winning Rocketman featuring Golden Globe winner Taron Egerton as Elton John. Drama lovers are also set for a thrilling time watching this year’s box office big hitters: Joker and Judy, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Renee Zellweger in the respective titular roles. The season also features screenings of the year’s most critically acclaimed releases such as Parasite, Jojo Rabbit, Knives Out and Tarantino’s award winning Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
Alongside the return of musical smashes Grease, Dirty Dancing and The Greatest Showman, audiences will be able to sing along to their favourite tunes!
Celebrating Hollywood’s golden era will be screenings of some of the films you simply have to experience on a big screen, including Some Like It Hot at Kenwood House and Singin’ in the Rain at Kensington Palace. There are also special anniversary screenings taking place, with the 40th anniversary of The Shining at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, and the 30th anniversary of Pretty Woman at both Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh. All in all, it has the makings of a vintage summer of cinema under the stars.
Founder of The Luna Cinema,George Wood, said: “We are thrilled to announce our sparkling new season for 2020 – another summer jam-packed with truly great films shown in some of the UK’s most iconic and beautiful locations. It’s been an incredible year for cinema, with such a varied range of award-winning releases and box office hits. We’re confident we’ve curated a programme that celebrates them all, alongside the films from the last 50 years that we think lend themselves best to a night of cinema under the stars!
“Whilst in the current climate, our thoughts are predominantly concerned with the health of our audiences and staff, we’re all hopeful of being able to deliver a wonderful summer season later in the year, where people can attend our cinema events to enjoy a couple of hours of pure escapism – something that cinema does better than anything else.”
To book tickets and for more information visit www.thelunacinema.com