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Flix Drive In movie theatres offer a classic vehicle drive-in experience, and they’re coming to Bournemouth this summer.
If you’d like to enjoy a socially distanced movie experience with great quality sound and video, with fantastic food from a world-renowned celebrity chef (Aldo Zilli), then Bournemouth’s Flix Drive In will be for you!
Choose from classic films, old and new, for all the family, with showtimes throughout the day to suit you and your lifestyle.
On offer are fun favourites for the kids, singalong matinees and a later start for some evening entertainment for the grown-ups.
A new, flexible, and safe experience for all of your tribe as we bring the nostalgic drive in movie experience right into the 21st century.
Flix Drive In is coming Bournemouth Airport, with films running from Wednesday 12th August to Sunday 16th August at 11am, 3:30pm and 8pm.
On offer for the early shows will be fun favourites Lion King, Minions, Little Mermaid, Wall-E and Matilda. The matinees are designed for more upbeat enjoyment with classic singalongs such as Mamma Mia, Rocketman, Grease and A Star Is Born available for your viewing pleasure. And the evening extravaganzas will let you pick from classics old and new such as Fight Club, 1917, Pulp Fiction, Superbad, and Joker.
Tickets are per car, rather than per person, and include:
- Your own allocated, socially distanced parking space.
- Scannable tickets at the entrance for your increased safety.
- A large, high-quality LED screen, suitable for all types of weather.
- Ofcom-licenced sound direct to your own in-car system.
- A wide variety of food and drink to enhance your experience.
- An unforgettable experience for all ages and tastes.
Event organisers state that large cars and SUVs will be positioned at the sides or back, while no vans, lorries or other large vehicles will be permitted.
To learn more and book tickets, search for Flix Drive In.
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