To mark the 40th Anniversary of Elvis Presley's untimely death we will be showing the 1970 documentary film about the King's Summer Festival in Las Vegas during August 1970. It was his first non-dramatic film since the beginning of his film career in 1956, and the film gives a clear view of Presley's return to live performances after years of making films.
Some things to consider for our outdoor cinema screenings:
– This is a free seating event, you are expected to provide your own blankets/cushions and dress according to the weather
– If you are bringing picnic chairs, we request you sit at the back to avoid obstructing others view
– Picnics are welcome with the expectation all rubbish is discarded in bins provided, but there will be a café open should you wish to purchase drinks, alcohol and confectionary
– In the event of bad weather, the film may be screened inside our medieval Tythe Barn. Please call on the day if you would like to receive an update on this
– Should the film be screened outdoors and the weather changes to rain, the film will not be stopped and will continue to be screened outdoors (excluding extreme circumstances)