Remember to bring
Here are a few essential items to bring with you....
Please bring your ticket printed or on your phone with you. We will need to scan the bar-code on entry
If you have any problems please e-mail us before arriving.
Remember to bring something comfortable to sit on. Most people bring....
Camping / Deck Chair
The more adventurous bring...
Lazy Bags / Lounger Air
Rubber Rings (yes they do)
Food & Drink
You are welcome to bring your own food and drink (picnic) however we do have it covered with a range of hot / cold food and drink available to purchase from event caterers.
If you do bring your own please refrain from bringing glass items or bottles and place your rubbish in bins provided.
Check the Weather
Keep any eye on the weather
Our events go ahead in all weather so come prepared.
Remember your sun-cream, hat, sunglasses or any other items of clothing you may wish to protect your self from the sun / heat
Hopefully the British Summer will treat us well but if rain is forecast remember to bring coats and umbrellas.
One of the main benefits of Shine events is being able to screen our films during daylight for a more comfortable experience. However the temperature can still drop suddenly during our evening screenings so please bring a blanket or additional layers for warmth
Small beach shelters for protection from sun & rain are welcome at
all our family friendly events.
Leave at Home
The following items are not allowed at our events.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO SEARCH ANY BAGS COMING INTO THE EVENT AREA TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF ALL OUR GUESTS. REFUSAL TO COOPERATE MAY LEAD TO NON-ENTRY WITH NO REFUND PROVIDED
Gazebos & Tents - They are a H&S risk with wind and can restrict peoples view
Glass iteams including bottles & plates - The grass area is used for other activities
BBQs or fires are not permited
Weapons / Fireworks / knives - We are stating the obviouse here
Pets & Animals - We advise against bringing your furry friend as the cinema will have loud music and sound. However dogs are welcome within the outside area surrounding the barn, but must be kept on a lead at all times.