09:35 PM June 12, 2022
Outdoor cinema for the whole family is back at Hertford Castle this summer.
Three films will screen at the Hertford Castle Open Air Cinema this year.
An annual favorite in the county town, Hertford Castle will be the backdrop for outdoor screenings on the castle lawn on Friday August 19.
Disney entertainment Raya and the last dragon and Encanto will be shown during the day for children and families, while The bodyguard with Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston will be the evening movie, suitable for adults.
musical fantasy comedy Encanto includes the unique #1 viral sensation We are not talking about Bruno.
Organized by Hertford City Council, tickets for daytime screenings cost £3 and £7 for the evening film.
Councilor Jane Sartin, Chair of Hertford Council’s Development and Leisure Committee, said: “Hertford Castle is a great backdrop for watching a film, and the two children’s films shown during the day will provide great summer vacation activity.
“the bodyguard, which will be shown in the evening, was a film requested by people who have attended the event in previous years, and I am sure it will make for a great evening of entertainment at the chateau.”
The performance times are as follows:
- Raya and the last dragon – 10 a.m. (doors open at 9 a.m.)
- Encanto – 2 p.m. (doors open at 1 p.m.)
- The bodyguard – 7 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.).
Visitors are encouraged to set up their picnic chairs and bring their own food and drink, or enjoy the refreshments available for purchase at the food and drink stands throughout the screenings.
It is recommended to buy the tickets before the event.
They are priced at £3 each for daytime family performances of Raya and the last dragon and Encantoand £7 each for the evening screening of the bodyguard, which includes Whitney Houston’s version of I will Always Love You on the soundtrack.
Tickets are available online at www.hertford.gov.uk/events and Hertford Town and Tourist Information Center in the city center or by telephone on 01992 584322.
The event is sponsored by Durkan.