The royal residence of Sandringham in Norfolk will host an open-air cinema in its grounds. The 1917 films , and even Rocketman will be screened there from September 25.
Making a canvas has never been so royal. Elizabeth II’s country house, Sandringham, will be transformed into a drive-in – an American-style open-air cinema where spectators are seated in their cars, reports The Hollywood Reporter .

The first screening, which will take place on September 25, will be a screening of the 1917 film by Sam Mendes . Rocketman , The Greatest Showman , Bohemian Rhapsody , Grease , A Star Is Born (the version with Lady Gaga) or even Moana and Toy Story will also be showing the following days. The event will last three days.

Ticket prices start at 32.50 pounds (around 36 euros), with the option of installing a table and chairs on one side of your vehicle for an additional 7.50 pounds (8.35 euros). Participants will be parked in Sandringham Park (142 hectares large), facing a giant screen. Vendors will move through the aisles to offer popcorn, alcoholic beverages, sodas, and snacks.