After a hugely successful drive-in summer tour with Chef Tom Kerridge, the brains behind Pub in The Park, the UK’s biggest food and drink tour, have teamed up with Paul Ainsworth to bring Cornwall the ultimate drive-in movie experience. With a delicious twist…
Pull-up, pop the handbrake on and enjoy the show from the safety and comfort of your own car. All whilst tucking into a tasty dishes inspired by the best of the American retro drive-in scene – the Drive-In Dog, Ainsworth Fried Chicken and more!
All taking place at the Royal Cornwall Showground this August!
Drive & Dine Theatre will be screening an incredible selection of classics such as Grease and Back to the Future, plus a number of maritime-themed faves – Jaws for the thrill-seekers or Finding Dory for the younger (or just more faint-hearted!). Musicals such as The Greatest Showman, Mamma Mia and Bohemian Rhapsody will provide the soundtrack to your summer holiday, while more recent blockbusters such as Le Mans ‘66 and Knives Out are also available.
“I am buzzing to be bringing an event like this to Cornwall. It’s been a lot of fun creating this menu, taking some of these classic ‘at the movie’ dishes, adding bags of flavour, a little magic and lots of love. That’s the key to what we do.
“It has been a challenging start to the year and I know that Drive & Dine will bring some fun to those living or holidaying in Cornwall. Everyone loves a movie so come along and enjoy one of your favourites in an amazing (and safe) setting with some great food. We can’t wait to see you!”
– Paul Ainsworth
All food and drinks are available to order when booking your Drive & Dine tickets, meaning you simply have to pull up, sit back and tuck in!
Tickets go on-sale Wednesday 29th July. There are limited spaces available.
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