CHESTER'S Storyhouse is taking its popular 'Moonlight Flicks' open-air cinema experience to a Wirral attraction.

Storyhouse has announced a brand new partnership with Claremont Farm in Bebington to take over the site for two autumnal weekends of film favourites.

On the weekends of October 9-11 and October 16-18, they will be offering a socially-distanced movie experience in a unique rural setting.

The programme includes The Greatest Showman, Knives Out and Jurassic Park, as well as family classics Coco and Fantastic Mr Fox, being shown on Storyhouse’s enormous 30ft Airscreen.

Each event will feature a bar and street food offering, plus fire-pits and live musicians for a cosy autumnal evening under the stars.

This year's Moonlight Flicks experience in Chester was held at the cathedral's beautiful Dean's Field over the summer.

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Claremont Farm.

Nicky Beaumont, film and digital programme manager at Storyhouse, said: "This will be a rare treat for film fans and for people who want to get outdoors and experience autumn in the gorgeous setting of Claremont Farm.

"Wrap up in warm coats and wellies and watch a film beneath an autumn starry sky. Bliss!"

Andrew Pimbley, managing director at Claremont Farm, added: "We are so pleased to be bringing outdoor cinema to Claremont Farm and are delighted at the opportunity to work with Storyhouse – another innovative local arts organisation working hard to bring a sense of enjoyment into communities despite all the current challenges.

"We hope that people will come out to support this new venture and enjoy a magical autumnal evening on the farm."

Tickets are priced from £12.50 with Storyhouse members getting 10% off.

Films will be screened from 7pm on Fridays and 6.30pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Gates open one hour before the film.

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