What is your favourite Christmas movie of all time? Elf? Home Alone? Love Actually?
Whichever it is, you will be able to watch it at a new Drive-in Cinema which is coming to Skegness to show screenings of Christmas classics under the moonlight.
Moonlight Drive-in Cinema is bringing some festive cheer to Fantasy Island and will play classic movies such as The Grinch and Polar Express with the drive-in experience coming to the town at the end of November. The events will run through until early December, allowing you to start the Christmas season right and with a festive mood brought on by classic films and music.
Screenings will run from Monday 27th November until Sunday 3rd December and tickets for the week are available online now!
The Moonlight Cinema founders are excited to be heading to Skegness this Christmas and have got some fantastic films to screen. They are looking forward to working with Fantasy Island who are also delighted to work with the Moonlight Cinema. This new attraction and experience will be amazing for visitors and the local area of Ingoldmells.
For a classic drive-in experience, audiences are asked to tune in their radio as the film’s sound is transmitted straight into their vehicle’s audio system. Refreshments are also available to purchase on site during the screenings.
- Monday 27th November: Muppets Christmas Carol (18:15), Miracle on 34th Street (20:15)
- Tuesday 28th November: Scrooged (18:15), It’s a Wonderful Life (20:15)
- Wednesday 29th November: The Nightmare Before Christmas (18:15), Elf (20:15)
- Thursday 30th November: The Santa Claus (18:15), Jack Frost (20:15)
- Friday 1st December: Elf (18:15), Home Alone (20:15), Die Hard (22:15)
- Saturday 2nd December: Arthur Christmas (18:15), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (20:15), Love Actually (22:15)
- Sunday 3rd December: Elf (18:15), Polar Express (20:15)
Tickets are £25 per vehicle regardless of occupancy but are limited so book now to ensure that you don’t miss out on this magical Christmas experience. Be aware that organisers have said that larger vehicles will be placed towards the back and sides.