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AND Safari Park Drive-In: Planet of the Apes
Sunday, 2 October 2011 from 19:00 to 21:30 (BST)
Planet of the Apes (1968)
Dir Franklin Schaffer
Knowsley Safari Park
Sun 2 Oct / 19:00 (Gates open 17:30)
£15 Per Car (max 4 persons)
Online Tickets Sales event at 1pm on Sunday, but tickets will be avaliable on the gate.
Join AND in a filmic foray that abandons the movie theatre in favour of pubs, galleries, safari parks and the great outdoors.
An allegoric tour de force about human attitudes toward other animals,this cult classic follows a space crew who find themselves marooned on a planet where apes rule and humankind is used for sport and experimentation. With seminal performances from Charlton Heston and Roddy McDowall and a now legendary twist ending, join us in the exceptionally apt surroundings of Knowsley Safari Park for one of the greatest sci-fi features of all time.
- No Vans or large vehicles allowed
17:30 Gates will open
19:00 Feature Film Begins
Tickets for Car
On arrival your pre purchased tickets will be checked by stewards, you will then be directed to where to park your vehicle. Once your car is parked up we ask that you turn your engine off and stay in position until the movie has ended.
How it works
To listen to the movie all you need do is tune your car radio into the on site radio frequency which will be provided to you on arrival. If you prefer to sit outside we have radio headphones available for a small deposit, allowing you to listen to the movie anywhere.
Refreshment and food
Knowsley Safari Park resturant Oasis will be open from 17:30 serving food and refreshments.
When & Where
Abandon Normal Devices
Abandon Normal Devices
Across the Northwest Summer 2012
Manchester Festival 29 August - 02 September 2012
Abandon Normal Devices is a call to arms, a festival that questions the norm and champions a different approach.
A catalyst for production and experimentation, AND exists to create a space where artists and filmmakers can offer striking new perspectives, and visitors can enjoy, discuss and interact with ideas.
Every year we welcome audiences to experience the best in new cinema and digital culture, in an experience that spills from the screens and galleries into the streets and imaginations of the Northwest
For details of the full AND 2012 programme go to http://www.andfestival.org.uk
Abandon Normal Devices (AND) is an energetic regional festival of new cinema and digital culture. A unique partnership between FACT, Cornerhouse and folly, the festival was launched in Liverpool in 2009. In subsequent years it has alternated between Liverpool and Manchester with an extended regional programme across Cheshire, Cumbria and Lancashire.
Abandon Normal Devices is a 2012 inspired festival, funded by Legacy Trust UK and part of WE PLAY, the Northwest cultural legacy programme for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.