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LEEDS CASTLE,
KENT

SHOWING AT LEEDS CASTLE..

about the venue

Famed as the world's most beautiful castle, Leeds Castle near Maidstone in Kent makes the perfect setting for cinema under the stars.  

A castle has been on the site since 1119 - in the 13th Century it came into the hands of Edward I and in the 16th Century, Henry VIII used it as a residence for his first wife, Catherine of Aragon.  

It's a truly magical setting and one that lends itself perfectly to open air cinema.

FOOD + DRINK

The Luna Bar with Estrella will be onsite serving a full selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including Estrella beer, prosecco, wines, spirits and soft drinks. Hot drinks will also be available at the bar.

Food will be available from our gourmet partners on-site.

VENUE MAP

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VENUE ADDRESS

Leeds Castle, Maidstone, Kent ME17 1PL

SCREEN LOCATION

The screen will be located on the Cedar Lawn. 

You can access the site via the main entrance to Leeds Castle (Junction 8 of the M20 – follow Brown and White Tourist Signs) 

Travelling on foot: Proceed to the Ticket Office and follow the pathway down to the Ticket Check Point at the bottom of the Cedar Lawn 

Travelling by car: Parking is available onsite, enter via main entrance. Parking Stewards will direct you. Please follow their instructions. You must then proceed on foot through the ticket office. 

Public Transport: Bearsted Station is approximately 3.5 miles from the event site

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For those customers with reduced mobility, there is a designated parking area within close proximity of the Ticket Office, fr3om where a buggy will transport you to the Cedar Lawn. For further information please contact info@thelunacinema.com.

event information

There is some important event information we advise you to read before attending this screening. Please click here to view this information.

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