Drive-In Movies back at Hatfield House this weekend

20:02 05 September 2013

Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia

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DRIVE-IN Movies returns to Hatfield House this weekend with Mamma Mia!

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IT’S almost time for Saturday night at the drive-in movies again.

The popular cinema event returns to the grounds of the Hertfordshire stately home for one night only with an open-air screening of hit musical Mamma Mia! The Movie.

With the tag line ‘One Bride. Three possible fathers. A trip down the aisle you’ll never forget’, the record-breaking blockbuster musical stars Meryl Streep, Julie Walters, Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan and Colin Firth.

Featuring a host of Abba hits, including Dancing Queen and Take A Chance on Me, and based on West End smash Mamma Mia!, the sun-kissed film can be seen on a large screen in the Showground at Hatfield Park on Saturday, September 7, with sound broadcast via your car radio.

Gates open at 6pm and the film will start when it is dark enough, approximately 8pm.

Advanced tickets cost £25 for a car with up to five people. Any vehicles seating more than five people will have to purchase additional tickets at £3 per person.

There’s still time to book tickets in advance via the Hatfield House website – click on the link above right.

Tickets for cars with up to five people will cost £30 on the day.

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