War Horse Valley Country Farm Park are excited to bring you an open air cinema experience of watching the film War Horse with a view of the valley described in the original book.
Gates for this event open from 6:30pm, giving movie-goers plenty of time to get parked up, find a space to sit, grab a drink from the bar, listen to performances from the Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Concert Band and soak up the atmosphere before the film begins at 8pm.
It’s a good idea to wrap up warm and bring your own seat and a blanket.
📅 Date: Saturday 10th August 2019.
🏡 Location: War Horse Valley Country Farm Park, Iddesleigh, Devon, EX19 8SN.
⏰ Timings: Doors open 6:30pm/ event finishes at 10:30pm.
🎥 Film to begin 8pm (finishes at 10:30pm). Please bring blankets, chairs and items to keep warm.
🍟🥤 Food and drinks available on site however feel free to bring your own picnic.
📺 State of the art 16sqm LED film screen
OPEN AIR CINEMA TICKETS
💷 Adult ticket £12
💷 Child ticket under 16 years old £8
Please note the film is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of war violence.
Tickets are non refundable within 30 days of the event.
Any tickets purchased on the day of the event at the venue will be £15 per adult/ £10 per child.
Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Farms for City Children Charity.
Please bring your own seating, picnic, blankets and items to keep warm.
Tickets can be booked online via Eventbrite with the additional booking fees on top.
Alternatively, tickets can be purchased directly at War Horse Valley Country Farm Park daily between 2pm-6pm excluding any additional fees.
A printed ticket or an e-ticket will need to be seen upon arrival at the venue.
There is plenty of free parking in the fields at the venue (postcode: EX19 8SN) and we are around a 45-60 minute drive from Exeter and Barnstaple.
There are toilets at the venue with disabled access.
The event is fully accessible with no steps.
Should you have any question about the event, you can contact War Horse Valley via the details below:
Call 01837 810318
ABOUT THE FILM
War Horse is a 2011 war drama film directed and co-produced by Steven Spielberg based on Michael Morpurgo's 1982 novel of the same name and its 2007 play adaptation.
Albert (Jeremy Irvine) and his beloved horse, Joey, live on a farm in the British countryside. At the outbreak of World War I, Albert and Joey are forcibly parted when Albert's father sells the horse to the British cavalry. Against the backdrop of the Great War, Joey begins an odyssey full of danger, joy and sorrow, and he transforms everyone he meets along the way. Meanwhile Albert, unable to forget his equine friend, searches the battlefields of France to find Joey and bring him home.
DEVON & SOMERSET FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE CONCERT BAND
The Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service Concert Band are currently celebrating their 25th Anniversary Year. Originally established to augment the existing Corps of Drums, many of the original members were serving and retired Fire & Rescue Service personnel and their families.
This accomplished band currently has over 45 members, including former professional musicians and skilled amateurs from the broader local community. They are proud to represent the Fire Service in their events, and regularly support the Fire Fighters Charity and other local charities at a wide variety of concerts and venues across the two counties.
Under the direction of former Royal Marines Bandsman, Martin Andrew, since July 2015 the band continues to further its excellent reputation in the region.
RAISING MONEY FOR THE FARMS FOR CITY CHILDREN CHARITY
Children’s author Michael Morpurgo and his wife Clare founded Farms for City Children at Nethercott House in Devon in 1976. The charity offers urban children from all over the country a unique opportunity to live and work together for a week at a time on a real farm in the heart of the countryside. It is an intense, ‘learning through doing’ experience of a different life – for children who may not know where their food comes from and have limited opportunities to explore the outside world. FFCC now have three working farms, where they welcome around 3,200 children and 400 teachers a year: https://farmsforcitychildren.org
EVENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
In the case of bad weather, we may hold the concert and open air cinema in one of our large barns. We may decide to cancel the event if a thunderstorm makes it too dangerous to go ahead and in this scenario we would refund your online ticket via Eventbrite and we would also add a notification to the War Horse Valley Facebook page.
The organisers will reserve to the right to ask patrons to leave without refund for anti-social behaviour or if the request to NOT smoke within the crowd is ignored.
Please note the age restriction of the film is PG 13 for intense sequences of war violence.