Dirty Dancing under the stars at Hatfield House this weekend

PUBLISHED: 10:15 28 August 2015 | UPDATED: 10:16 28 August 2015

The Luna Cinema is screening Dirty Dancing at Hatfield House

The Luna Cinema is screening Dirty Dancing at Hatfield House

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Fans of Dirty Dancing will be flocking to Hatfield House this weekend to see Patrick Swayze under the stars at The Luna Cinema.

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Open air cinema returns to the grounds of Hatfield House this weekend.

Tonight (Friday) cinema-goers can watch The Goonies at the Hertfordshire stately home.

And Dirty Dancing is being screened in the grounds of Hatfield House on Saturday evening.

The Luna Cinema’s winning formula of a classic film on a giant screen in an incredible setting always promises an unforgettable night under the stars.

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Tonight’s movie, The Goonies, features a group of misfit kids taking on some greedy property developers and trying to save their neighbourhood by finding the lost treasure map of a 17th century pirate.

Completing this year’s Luna Cinema offerings in Hatfield will be classic 80s movie Dirty Dancing.

Watch Patrick Swayze in one of his most famous roles as dance instructor Johnny.

Jennifer Grey plays Frances ‘Baby’ Houseman, a teenage girl on holiday with her family at a resort in the Catskill Mountains who falls for Johnny.

George Wood, of The Luna Cinema, said: “The Luna Cinema is delighted to be bringing a host of exciting movies to the people of Hertfordshire.

“On entering The Luna Cinema you feel like you are a part of something special.

“We’re excited to visit Hatfield House and share fascinating films with cinema fans in Hertfordshire.”

Gates open at 6.30pm on each night, with films starting around 8pm, depending on the conditions.

Regular tickets cost £13.50.

* Visit www.thelunacinema.com for more details.


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