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A drive-in movie at Beacon Park will be the one that you want later this summer.
Cult musical Grease will be screened as the Lichfield park on August 12.
It’s the first time Beacon Park has hosted a drive-in movie – although visitors will also be able to bring along chairs and enjoy the outdoor screening.
Councillor Iain Eadie, Cabinet member for leisure at Lichfield District Council, said: “Beacon Park is such a fantastic local resource with a packed programme of activities running all year round, and we’re delighted to add a brand new event with the launch of our first ever drive-in movie.
“Grease is the perfect opening film, and everyone is welcome to dress up as Pink Ladies or T Birds, but it’s not compulsory.”
The gates will open at 7pm for a 9pm start. Tickets are £20 per car or £5 per person on foot, plus a refundable £15 deposit for each headset.
Cllr Eadie added: “It should be a fun night and we’re expecting demand to be high, so make sure you book your tickets before the rush.”
Tickets are available to buy at the Beacon Park’s Ranger Station, over the phone by calling 01543 308867 or online.
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