A Star Is Born at Hampton Court

Address:
Hampton Court Palace, London
Tel:
0203 166 6000

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
8th August 2019
Doors open 7.15 PM
Film starts at 8.45 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£17.50 to £30, from thelunacinema.com

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How about watching a movie on a big outdoor cinema screen at Hampton Court? The screen will be situated on the East Front Lawn with Henry VIII's Tudor palace as the floodlit backdrop. You'll also have to time to walk around some of the gardens beforehand (although entry to the palace itself is not included).

Tonight's movie is the Oscar nominated performance film A Star Is Born (15, 133 mins), which tells the story of a hard-drinking musician (Bradley Cooper) who discovers a young singer (Lady Gaga).

Note: There's limited seating capacity so advanced booking is recommended. You also need to bring your own blanket to sit on (or you can pre-order one when you book). Premium tickets include a complimentary drink at the bar and a better seating position. Bear in mind that screenings usually go ahead in bad weather, so be prepared for a bit of drizzle and cold. (This is London, after all, and summer is no guarantee of warm weather!)

 

> Talk about A Star Is Born

> Craig’s review of Hampton Court Palace – “If you grew up within ten miles of Hampton Court Palace then this place was your educational day out. This is how they'd teach you some British history. They'd cram fifty kids into a big bus and then make you troop around the grounds for two hours counting up the Tudor chimneys (because every single chimney is different, you see -- and if you came here ten thousand ti… continued”

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