Event dates: Sat 11 Sept (Dirty Dancing – 12A)
Location: The Hall, Kingston Road, Bradford on Avon, directions can be found HERE
Directions/Parking:there is no parking available on-site at The Hall, apart from a small number of disabled spaces (that must be prebooked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org). Please make use of the public car parks within the town of Bradford on Avon and walk to the venue’s entrance gate on Kingston Road (5 minutes’ walk maximum).
Times: Entry to the screening area from 6.30pm, film starts at 8pm, ends at 9.40pm (timings are approximate subject to weather conditions on the night)
Tickets: Please bring a printout of your booking confirmation, receipt or e-ticket(s) with you, or show it on your phone. We’ll have a list of all bookers with us too, so if you can’t find your e-tickets, confirmation e-mail or receipt, just bring photo ID along on the night.
COVID Measures: as restrictions have now been lifted in England, we won’t be asking you to wear facemasks to the event, or to socially distance from each other. However, if you feel more comfortable wearing a mask at any point, this is fine with us, and we’ll also make sure there’s enough room at the event for you to sit a reasonable distance from neighbouring groups. All premium deckchair seats will still be distanced by group. If you are shielding, or experiencing symptoms associated with Covid-19, please do not attend the event. We will be happy to offer you a voucher for a future screening, or for you to give your ticket to someone else.
Premium Deckchair Seat tickets: if you have booked a premium deckchair seat, this will be reserved at the front of the screening area right up until the start of the film. You will be given a blanket to use for the evening. Please leave the blanket on your seat at the end of the show.
Standard Entry ‘BYO Seat’ tickets: please remember to bring your own picnic blanket, low-backed camping chair or deckchair to the screening. Picnic blankets will be located on the ground at the very front and sides, with deckchairs and camping chairs behind, so that everyone gets a good view. Anyone arriving with high-backed camping chairs (frames above shoulder height) will be asked to sit to the sides or rear.
Food and Drink: you can bring picnics along, but please take your litter home. Food and drink will also be available to buy at the show, including sausage rolls, pasties and quiche, plus a small charity cake sale, ice-creams and bar.
What to Wear: Please wear warm clothes, the more layers the better, and bring a blanket or similar to keep you toasty. Closed toe footwear is also sensible. Waterproofs complete the ‘better safe than sorry’ package!
Other Useful Info: Please bring a torch for the return trip to your vehicle after the screening or use the light on your phone. No dogs are permitted, except assistance dogs.
Weather: Screenings proceed in all weathers, including rain, screenings are only stopped or postponed if the weather is deemed to be making the event unsafe. This includes very heavy, prolonged rain, high winds and thunderstorms. No umbrellas are allowed in the screening area once the film begins.
Terms and Conditions: Management reserve the right to refuse entry or to ask patrons to leave if causing a nuisance. Customers are requested to respect their fellow audience members by not making unnecessary noise or disturbing those around them during the screening. Smoking and vaping is not permitted in the screening area, please move away to the sides or rear, well away from the audience, should you wish to do this.