Outdoor cinema: The Rocky Horror Picture Show

When a flat tyre leaves Brad and Janet stranded on a stormy night, they seek shelter in a nearby castle belonging to Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), an eccentric transvestite. Rated 15.

  • Booking essential

Unless you've purchased a VIP ticket, you'll need to bring your own blanket and camping chair to sit on. A VIP ticket includes a luxury deckchair in a prime position plus new for 2022, VIP tickets will include a bag of PROPERCORN popcorn.

You’ll need to bring your torches, chairs and blankets to the north lawn before settling down for the film.

Book your tickets with Adventure Cinema at adventurecinema.co.uk/venues/the-vyne. Please note there will be a small booking fee.

Tickets are non-refundable. However, if this screening is postponed and rescheduled and you inform Adventure Cinema within 14 days that you are unable to make the rescheduled date, you'll be refunded in full.

Not able to attend because you have Covid-19 symptoms? Please contact Adventure Cinema at help@adventurecinema.co.uk to arrange a ticket exchange.


Event ticket prices
  • All £14.50
  • All £20.50

The basics

Booking details
Call adventurecinema.co.uk/venues/the-vyne
Can't find your tickets? Visit eventbrite.co.uk/support Enquiries: help@adventurecinema.co.uk
Rated 15
Meeting point
Have your camping chairs, torches and blankets ready for the gates opening 8:15pm. There's a 10 minute walk through the gardens to the cinema screen on the north lawn.
What to bring and wear
It gets cold once the sun goes down, so it's a good idea to bring layers and keep an eye on the weather forecast. Don't forget to put your phone on silent.
There are hard gravel paths that lead to the north lawn.
The Brewhouse tea-room toilets will be open for the evening. For Adventure Cinema FAQs visit adventurecinema.co.uk/faqs

Contact Info

Estate Office
Call 01256 883858

Upcoming events

Spring into summer trail

Sat 28 May 2022
This May half-term, families can spot delicate cherry blossom bursting into bloom in the wild garden. In the walled garden, next to fragrant rows of sweet peas, you’ll find a wildflower meadow coming into bud. Runs 28-29 May and 2-5 June 10am-4pm.

Corgi trail

Thu 02 Jun 2022
Famous for being one of the Queen's most-loved pets, can you find six adorable Corgis hiding around the gardens? With tell-tale crumbs down its face can you spot which one has been eating the Queen’s Jubilee cake? Runs 2 - 5 June 10am-4pm.

Outdoor cinema: West Side Story

Fri 15 Jul 2022
A tale of bitter gang rivalry and forbidden love on the streets of Manhatten, follow this ‘epic retelling of Romeo and Juliet’ in Spielberg's spectacular new adaptation of the 1957 musical. Rated 12A. Starts 21.45 Finishes 00.20.

Outdoor cinema: Mamma Mia!

Sat 16 Jul 2022
Showcasing ABBA’s hit songs and set on a sunny Greek island, enjoy this feel-good flick starring Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård, Julie Walters, Dominic Cooper, Amanda Seyfried and Christine Baranski. Rated PG.

Outdoor cinema: The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Sun 17 Jul 2022
When a flat tyre leaves Brad and Janet stranded on a stormy night, they seek shelter in a nearby castle belonging to Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), an eccentric transvestite. Rated 15.

Wildlife spotter challenge

Fri 22 Jul 2022
Look out for swooping birds, fluttering butterflies and dancing dragonflies with three handy spotter sheets available from Visitor Reception.