The Favourite, at Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens, Kensington, London
0203 166 6000

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
31st July 2019
Doors open 7.30 PM
Film starts at 9 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£17.50 to £30

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Seeing as it's summer, and it's hopefully going to be hot (crossed-fingers), how about watching a blockbuster movie at Kensington Palace? They're putting an outdoor cinema screen outside the front giving you a fantastic backdrop.

Tonight's film is the Oscar-winning movie The Favourite (15, 119 mins) which examines the competitive relationship between Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz) and Baroness Masham (Emma Stone) as they vie for the attention of Queen Anne (Olivia Colman).

Note: Admission to Kensington Palace is not included. There is limited seating capacity so advanced booking is definitely recommended. Premium tickets come with a complimentary drink at the bar and a better seating position. Bear in mind that screenings will still go ahead even if there's bad weather, so be prepared for a bit of drizzle and cold.


> Talk about The Favourite

> Craig’s review of Kensington Palace – “How many tourists put Kensington Palace on their 'must-do' list because of Princess Diana? If that's your only reason for going then trust me: don't bother. It's not much of a palace. It looks more like a Stately home to me -- the kind of country home you might visit on a Sunday afternoon to have a cup of tea. You can always rate a palace by the fame of the names who… continued”

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