As some of us are gradually emerging out of the lockdown it can be hard to find entertainment while staying socially distanced.
For movie buffs, a new open-air cinema in Wolverhampton may provide the perfect solution.
From September 12, the Newhampton Arts Centre (NAC) will become the home of a new pop-up outdoor cinema.
It will be located in the secure courtyard of the venue just outside of the city centre, and will showcase cult classics and feature films.
Screenings will start at sundown and will all be socially distanced in line with NAC’s Covid-19 policies and procedures.
Kicking off the new cinema programme is the classic fairytale adventure, The Princess Bride.
It has been described as the perfect film for adults and kids alike, as it tell the enchanting adventure of a young woman and her one true love. He must find her after a long separation and save her.
Together they must battle the evils of the mythical kingdom of Florin to be reunited with each other. Encountering numerous obstacles, enemies and allies in his quest,expect giants, villains, wizards and plenty of swordplay.
The Princess Bride will be showing at 7pm on Saturday, September 12, attendees are welcomed to arrive from 6.30pm.
Advance tickets cost just £5 adults, £3 children, £15 family of four. Tickets can also be purchased on the day- subject to availability.
All tickets can be easily obtained through the Newhampton Arts Centre website or by phone on 01902 572090.