Outdoor Cinema Food & Film Evenings

Outdoor Cinema for Summer…

Join us this summer for our 2021 Outdoor Cinema programme at Keyneston Mill. From mid-May we shall be showing our films under the stars with a pre-show freshly-prepared picnic.

This year, we have an eclectic mix of films, ranging from classic Hitchcock to black comedies and uplifting musicals. In other words, something for everyone!

Tickets (pre-booked only*) are £35 per person and include a picnic which can be enjoyed before the film, in the gardens, by the river or elsewhere on the estate. See below for menu options. Wine and other drinks are available by the bottle or by the glass, and hot drinks can be ordered on the evening.

As always, films will be shown on our specially designed sail, and comfortable chairs, fire pits, lanterns and candles will add to the relaxed ambience. We shall of course ensure seating is suitably distanced for your comfort and reassurance.

Picnics served from 7.00pm-8.30pm

Film commences at Dusk (timings will vary according to date)

*Tickets are non-refundable unless the film evening is cancelled or postponed due to bad weather or COVID restrictions. In this instance you will be offered the choice of an alternative showing or a refund.

UPCOMING FILMS…

MAY

Rear Window
19th of May 2021 - £35. Romance, suspense and sublime direction from Hitchcock in this post World War 2 spy thriller with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman.
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Amelie
20th of May 2021 £35. Audrey Tautou plays Amelie to perfection in this quirky and original tale of an innocent and naïve girl moving to Paris.
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Waking Ned
26th of May 2021 - £35. A brilliant, heart-warming black comedy based in a small Irish village. Wonderful characters and a daft (yet almost believable) plot make for a great evening with no shortage of laughs.
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The Italian Job
27th of May 2021 - £35. The original, with Michael Caine and Noel Coward. Wildly funny, fast moving and joyous. One of those movies you can see again and again…
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JUNE

In Bruges
2nd of June 2021 - £35. A dark comedy thriller which centres around two hit men lying low in the medieval city of Bruges. Their stay becomes more and more surreal, hilarious but also sinister as the film progresses. Starring Colin Farrell, Brendon Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes.
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A Good year
3rd of June 2021 - £35. With an excellent cast including Albert Finney and Marion Cotillard, this romantic comedy sees Max (Russell Crowe), a London-based investment consultant, inherit a beautiful if somewhat run-down property and vineyard in southern France. His initial plan to sell it is gradually turned on its head, and he starts a new, intoxicating chapter of his life.
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PERFUME – THE STORY OF A MURDERER
9th of June 2021 - £35. Set in 18th century France, the film tells the story of Jean-Baptiste Grenouille (Whishaw), an olfactory genius, and his homicidal quest for the perfect scent.
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La La Land
10th of June 2021 - £35. Powerful performances from Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, as two aspiring talents trying to make their way in Hollywood. Vibrant, full of light and colour and with a great score, but also nostalgic and emotional.
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The Artist
16th of June 2021 - £35. This charming film conjures up the world 1920s Hollywood to perfection. Silent (well almost) it features superb performances from Jean Dujardin as the aging matinee idol and Berenice Bejo as the rising star, plus of course Uggie, the Jack Russell!
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GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL
17th of June 2021 - £35. Ralph Fiennes leads a seventeen-actor ensemble cast as Monsieur Gustave H., famed concierge of a twentieth-century mountainside resort in the fictional country of Zubrowka.
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Coco Before Chanel
23rd of June 2021 - £35. Audrey Tatou is excellent in this film depicting the life of Coco Chanel in the years leading up to her domination of the fashion world in the 20’s. Stylish and with moments of real tenderness, it is a worthy tribute.
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Saturday Night Fever
24th of June 2021 - £35. Tony spends his Saturdays at a disco where his stylish moves raise his popularity among the patrons. But his life outside the disco is not easy and things change when he gets attracted to Stephanie.
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Lift to the Scaffold
30th of June 2021 - £35. A self-assured businessman murders his employer, the husband of his mistress, which unintentionally provokes an ill-fated chain of events.
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JULY

La La Land
1st of July 2021 - £35. Powerful performances from Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, as two aspiring talents trying to make their way in Hollywood. Vibrant, full of light and colour and with a great score, but also nostalgic and emotional.
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In Bruges
8th of July 2021 - £35. A dark comedy thriller which centres around two hit men lying low in the medieval city of Bruges. Their stay becomes more and more surreal, hilarious but also sinister as the film progresses. Starring Colin Farrell, Brendon Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes.
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THE PHILADELPHIA STORY
9th of July 2021 - £35. Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn and James Stewart are at their best in this fast-paced, racy comedy about a high society wedding in 1930’s Philadelphia. A stylish, fun romp, with a sparkling script and laugh-out-loud moments. Although set in a bygone age, its story line, which encompasses celebrity life and the role of the paparazzi, still has relevance today.
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Moulin Rouge
14th of July 2021 - £35. The film tells the story of a young English poet/writer, Christian (Ewan McGregor), who falls in love with the star of the Moulin Rouge, cabaret actress and courtesan Satine (Nicole Kidman). It uses the musical setting of the Montmartre Quarter of Paris, France.
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The Italian Job
15th of July 2021 - £35. The original, with Michael Caine and Noel Coward. Wildly funny, fast moving and joyous. One of those movies you can see again and again…
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Strictly Ballroom
21st of July 2021 - £35. Strictly Ballroom is a romantic comedy telling the story of an Australian ballroom dancer, Scott Hastings. ... Scott's steps are not strictly ballroom. His dancing partner Liz leaves him, and he eventually finds a new dancing partner, and love, with the plain and ordinary dancing student Fran.
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Mamma Mia
22nd of July 2021 - £35. A feel good musical to beat all others. Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Amanda Seyfried, Colin Firth and Julie Walters all living it up on a Greek Island.
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The Artist
28th of July 2021 - £35. This charming film conjures up the world 1920s Hollywood to perfection. Silent (well almost) it features superb performances from Jean Dujardin as the aging matinee idol and Berenice Bejo as the rising star, plus of course Uggie, the Jack Russell!
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Little Miss Sunshine
29th of July 2021 - £35. This charming US indie film revolves around 7-year-old Olive who has set her sights on winning the Little Miss Sunshine beauty pageant in Redondo Beach, California. It’s a gentle family satire and classic road trip movie rolled into one, with a fabulous cast including Greg Kinnear, Steve Carell and Toni Collette as Olive’s long-suffering mum.
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AUGUST

To Catch a Thief
4th of August 2021 - £35. Hitchcock’s mastery of suspense is showcased in this film which sees a newspaper photographer (James Stewart) observing his neighbours through his window, while laid up with a broken leg. Grace Kelly is his fashionable girlfriend who proves to have more nerve than he initially thinks…
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The Scent of a Woman
5th of August 2021 - £35. Scent of a Woman is a 1992 American drama film produced and directed by Martin Brest that tells the story of a preparatory school student who takes a job as an assistant to an irritable, blind, medically retired Army lieutenant colonel.
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Moulin Rouge
11th of August 2021 - £35. The film tells the story of a young English poet/writer, Christian (Ewan McGregor), who falls in love with the star of the Moulin Rouge, cabaret actress and courtesan Satine (Nicole Kidman). It uses the musical setting of the Montmartre Quarter of Paris, France.
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Saturday Night Fever
12th of August 2021 - £35. Anxious about his future after high school, a 19-year-old Italian-American from Brooklyn tries to escape the harsh reality of his bleak family life by dominating the dance floor at the local disco.
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Amelie
18th of August 2021 - £35. Audrey Tautou plays Amelie to perfection in this quirky and original tale of an innocent and naïve girl moving to Paris.
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CHOCOLAT
19th of August 2021 - £35. Shown at Keyneston Mill in 2018 to a full house, Chocolat is a perennial favourite.  When Vianne (Juliette Binoche) arrives with her young daughter in a small, traditional village in rural France, she causes quite a stir. 
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The 39 Steps
25th of August 2021 - £35. The 39 Steps is a 1935 British thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll. ... It concerns an everyman civilian in London, Richard Hannay, who becomes caught up in preventing an organisation of spies called "The 39 Steps" from stealing British military secrets.
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Mamma Mia
26th of August 2021 - £35. The story of a bride-to-be trying to find her real father told using hit songs by the popular 1970s group ABBA. Set on a colorful Greek island, the plot serves as a background for a wealth of ABBA songs. A young woman about to be married discovers that any one of three men could be her father.
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SEPTEMBER

Keeping Mum
1st of September 2021 - £35. Walter Goodfellow, a vicar, is so busy composing an ideal sermon that he doesn't realise that his family needs him badly. However, things take a turn with the arrival of his new housekeeper.
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Spellbound
2nd of September 2021 - £35. Ingrid Bergman plays a psychiatrist trying to protect an amnesia patient accused of murder (Gregory Peck) in this Hitchcock thriller. Romance blossoms as they attempt to unravel the truth.
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Intouchables
8th of September 2021 - £35. French films are receiving a lot of interest at the moment and this is one of the best. Based on the true story of an unlikely friendship between a quadriplegic and his carer.
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Strictly Ballroom
9th of September 2021 - £35. Strictly Ballroom is a romantic comedy telling the story of an Australian ballroom dancer, Scott Hastings. ... Scott's steps are not strictly ballroom.
Book
PERFUME – THE STORY OF A MURDERER
15th of September 2021 - £35. Set in 18th century France, the film tells the story of Jean-Baptiste Grenouille (Whishaw), an olfactory genius, and his homicidal quest for the perfect scent.
Book
The Good The Bad & The Ugly
16th of September 2021 - £35. A bounty hunting scam joins two men in an uneasy alliance against a third in a race to find a fortune in gold buried in a remote cemetery.
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The Martian
22nd of September 2021 - £35. The film depicts an astronaut's (Matt Damon) lone struggle to survive on Mars after being left behind, and the efforts of NASA to rescue him and bring him home to Earth.
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Phantom Thread
23rd of September 2021 - £35. Set in 1950s London, it stars Day-Lewis as an haute couture dressmaker who takes a young waitress, played by Krieps, as his muse.
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The Italian Job
29th of September 2021 - £35. The original, with Michael Caine and Noel Coward. Wildly funny, fast moving and joyous. One of those movies you can see again and again…
Book
Waking Ned
30th of September 2021 - £35. A brilliant, heart-warming black comedy based in a small Irish village. Wonderful characters and a daft (yet almost believable) plot make for a great evening with no shortage of laughs.
Book

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