ORGANISATION: Torch Theatre, Milford Haven
In 2014, The Torch Theatre (in association with Picton Castle, Stackpole National Trust, Film Hub Wales and Room with a View) presented a season of classic films screened outdoors at sunset in three beautiful Pembrokeshire locations.
Sunset Cinema returned for summer 2015 with more films in more rural locations following the Torch’s successful pilot in 2014. This time the project took classic films to seven beautiful historical sites around Pembrokeshire for a two week tour of fantastic outdoor cinema screenings.
As part of the BFI Blockbuster Season: Gothic, Chapter, Cadw & USW held a pop-up cinema over two weekends in two truly extraordinary settings in February. Held in the outdoor grounds of Castle Coch and Caerphilly Castle, screenings featured Tangled, Bride of Frankenstein and Edward Scissorhands
Back in 2018, Cinema & Co., with the help of the National Trust, brought the Welsh premiere of Andy Irons: Kissed by God to Rhossili carpark, overlooking one of the top 10 beaches in the world!
Coming soon to Cardiff, Street Food Cinema is a drive-in movie experience created by the Street Food Circus team.
This summer they have worked to create an event can meet social distancing rules, but still feels like a night out from your car.