All going well, you'll be able to sit outside and watch a film within social distancing guidelines from the 14th May, which sounds pretty dreamy as the weather gets warmer.
If you're about to book yourself an outdoor cinema experience, you might as well pick the cream of the crop. That's where Adventure Cinema comes in - a UK wide open air cinema tour which launches this summer.
The idea of Adventure Cinema is that it places cinema screens in 80 of the most picturesque locations across the country.
You can watch Harry Potter in the grounds of a medieval castle or a screening of Monty Python and the Holy Grail outside a Norman-era keep.
Other movies include cult classics like The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Greatest Showman and Dirty Dancing. Plus, iconic movies like Grease and some of the most popular blockbusters will also be airing up and down the country.
And the tour will also visit castles in Yorkshire, Wrexham and Powys, National Trust sites in Dorset, Devon, London, Staffordshire and Hampshire, and country estates in Somerset, Crewe, Cheshire, Surrey and Norwich, to name just a few of its incredible locations.
Guests will be able to bring their own picnic blankets and snacks, while many of the venues will also serve food and have bars on site, too.
Of course, everything will be laid out in a socially distanced manner, so that people can enjoy the experience without any fear for their safety.
Tickets for Adventure Cinema start from £14.50 + Booking fee and are available here.
Ticket holders will be offered a 100% money-back guarantee should anything mean that the events cannot go ahead.
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