Tickets are on sale for an outdoor screening of First World War film 1917 at the National Memorial Arboretum.


The movie tells the tale of two British soldiers who face a race against time to cross enemy territory and deliver a message that could potentially save 1,600 of their comrades.

The screening is due to take place at 7.45pm on 18th July.

Tickets start at £15.50 and can be booked online.

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  1. £15.50 per person seems expensive but it’s not the arboretum charging that. The event is being done by The Luna Cinema, the arboretum is just the venue. Tickets for other films in other locations I looked at are also £15.50

    Of course you’re paying in part for the experience of watching it on a big screen outdoors with a bunch of other people. If you just want to watch the film you can of course buy the Blu-ray (Hive, which supports independent retailers, have it for £11 including delivery which is very comparable to Amazon unless you have a Prime) to watch as many times as you want with as many people as you want. Maybe donate £4.50 to the arboretum which is probably more than the cut they’re getting from each ticket.

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