Wollaton Hall

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Wollaton Hall and Deer Park is a spectacular Elizabethan mansion and park set in the heart of Nottingham. 

Wollaton Hall country house is now Nottingham Natural History Museum, with Nottingham Industrial Museum in the out-buildings. The surrounding park land includes immaculately kept formal gardens, a botanic garden and the oldest cast iron glasshouse in Europe.

Screenings: Thursday 24th, Friday 25th, Saturday 26th, Sunday 27th & Monday 28th August

Doors open: 7:00pm
Estimated start time: 8:30pm

Website: http://www.wollatonhall.org.uk/

Tickets

Tickets cost £13 for adults or £9 for under 12s for each screening, but can be purchased for the Early Bird price of £11 adults or £7 for under 12s up to 1st June 2017. Under 5s go free.

Groups of 8 or more can purchase tickets at Early Bird equivalent prices up until the Thursday before each screening.

Tickets for 2017 are now on sale, please click here to check out the film line-up or call 01332 290606 to book.

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Your feedback

If you have a suggestion for a new location, an idea for a film for next year or to give any other feedback please submit your thoughts by emailing us at:

Email: info@derbyquad.co.uk

Food & drink

This year we have teamed up with some fantastic food and drink partners, including Hackwood Farm, Bobby's Bar and Flow Catering who will be available on site, serving cocktails, soft drinks, snacks and desserts. Read more on our Food & Drink page.

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All Screenings
Moulin Rouge (12A)

24th August

Synopsis

Set on the cusp of the 20th Century, Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge captures the spirit of the Bohemian revolution sweeping the underworld of Paris. At the Moulin Rouge, the rich and poor are one, being entertained by the dancers. Christian (Ewan McGregor), a young English writer starts a love affair with the star courtesan Sabine (Nicole Kidman). But her affections are also sought by the club’s patron The Duke. Club Moulin Rouge – an experience you won’t forget.

USA/Australia 2001/ 127 mins

Dir: Baz Luhrmann

Doors open: 7.00pm
Estimated start time: 8.30pm

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Pretty Woman (15)

25th August

Synopsis

The breakout hit for Julia Roberts sees her playing a beautiful prostitute who is hired by Richard Gere’s businessman for a social event. But then they begin to fall in love…

USA 1990 / 119 mins

Dir: Garry Marshall

Doors open: 7.00pm
Estimated start time: 8.30pm

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Jurassic Park (PG)

26th August

Synopsis

A film 75 million years in the making! Steven Spielberg unleashed the full force of the T-Rex on audiences in 1993 and now 24 years later, they are back to roaring to life on the Summer Nights screen. Take a tour around Jurassic Park, a theme park showcasing resurrected Dinosaurs from the dawn of time, here now for your amusement. Carnivorous monsters separated from tourist by large gates…what could go wrong?

USA 1993 / 124 mins

Dir: Steven Spielberg

Doors open: 7.00pm
Estimated start time: 8.30pm

this film is family friendly

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The Dark Knight Rises (12A) - subtitled

27th August

Synopsis

Christopher Nolan returns to his Gotham City stomping ground for a final go-around with Christian Bale’s Batman, adding Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle (aka Catwoman) and the wonderful Tom Hardy as the brutal Bat breaking Bane to the mix.

One of our most popular screenings returns to Wollaton Hall aka Wayne Manor!

This film will include subtitles. 

USA 2012 / 165 mins
Dir: Christopher Nolan

Doors open: 7:00pm
Estimated start time: 8.30pm

 

this film is family friendly

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (12A)

28th August

Synopsis

Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones), a Rebellion soldier and criminal, is about to experience her biggest challenge yet when Mon Mothma gives her the mission to steal the plans of the new Empire weapon, the planet killer The Death Star. Director Gareth Edwards (Monsters, Godzilla) picks up the reins to direct a cast packed with amazing actors like Ben Mendelsohn, Riz Ahmed, Mads Mikkelsen, Donnie Yen, Diego Luna and Forest Whitaker. Also returning is James Earl Jones providing the voice of the iconic Darth Vader. 

USA/UK 2016 / 133 mins

Dir: Gareth Edwards

Doors open: 7.00pm
Estimated start time: 8.30pm

this film is family friendly

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Travel information

By Train/Bus:

A number of buses serve Wollaton Hall, for more information please call 0115 950 6070 or visit the Traveline Eastmidlands website.

By Road: 

Wollaton Hall is 3 miles to the west of the city centre and can be found by following the brown signs from the A52 or the A6514. From the M1 take junction 25 and follow the signs. The postcode for your Sat Nav is NG8 2AE.

Wollaton Hall:  0115 876 3100
Address:  Wollaton Park, Nottingham NG8 2AE

Parking

Car parks are located throughout the site. Parking is FREE for ticket holders after doors open at 7pm. Visitors arriving earlier will need to pay £2-£3 parking fee.

Screening area

This is an outdoor performance, please bring a chair or rug with you as there is no formal seating and please dress for the weather.
Unfortunately dogs are not allowed at the events. 

Accessibility

Wollaton Hall staff are always keen to help the public get the most out of their visit to the site. Accessible toilets will be open in the courtyard until the end of the evening. Changing areas are also available in all toilets.

The car park has designated blue badge parking and the route to the event is accessible via the access road which will have no vehicle movement after the box office opens.

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