Defying convention with unapologetic flamboyance, explore the highs and lows of rock star Freddie Mercury in the grounds of The Vyne. Gates open 7.30pm. Bring your chairs, picnics and blankets to the north lawn ready for the film which starts at dusk (approx. 9pm).
In the years leading up to the Live Aid concert of 1985 the lead singer of Queen finds himself facing resistance as he forges his own identity, changing his name and his image in pursuit of a dream. Nothing, not even a media scandal surrounding his sexuality, holds Mercury back from the legacy he is to create.
All tickets £12.50 and must be pre-booked by calling. Tickets are non-refundable except when the film showing is cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
Film rating: PG-13 (thematic elements,suggestive material, drug content)
Please be aware you'll need to carry your picnic and chairs a 10 minute walk to the north lawn. Don't forget to wrap up warm and bring a torch for the journey back to the car through the gardens.
|Takes Place (16 Aug 2019)|
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