Article Source: itison
First Published: 24 March 2021 14:24
Updated: 24 March 2021 14:37
…Set your alarms for 7.30am tomorrow…
Tickets for itison’s Harry Potter & The Batman Trilogy Drive-in movies go on sale tomorrow morning at 7.30am. Scotland’s pioneer of Drive-in movie events are transforming Hopetoun House outside Edinburgh for an epic May Bank Holiday weekend line-up.
itison paved the way for Drive-in events across Scotland with an eight-year history of sold-out events and 5* reviews for over 200,000 movie goers, including Scotland’s first socially-distanced Drive-in last summer and now they’re bringing it back this May Bank Holiday weekend with not one, but two Drive-in movie events. Their tickets tend to sell out in minutes, so you’ll want to set your alarm for 7.30am tomorrow, Thurs 25th March to bag one of the gold-dust tickets at itison.com/drivein
Running from Friday 28th May to Sunday 30th May the movie line up will see all Harry Potter movies and The Batman trilogy screened against the transformed backdrop of Hopetoun House (or Wayne Manor and Hogwarts!):
Fri 28th May
HP & the Prisoner of Azkaban - 11am
HP & the Goblet of Fire - 4.30pm
HP & Order of the Phoenix - 9.30pm
Sat 29th May
HP & the Half Blood Prince - 11am
HP & the Deathly Hallows pt 1 - 4.30pm
HP & the Deathly Hallows pt 2 - 9.30pm
Sun 30th May
Batman Begins - 11am
The Dark Knight - 4.30pm
The Dark Knight Rises - 9.30pm
Pioneering Scotland’s first socially-distanced Drive In last Summer to 5* reviews, itison’s expert event team have put plans in place including:
Ticket scanning through closed car windows
Socially distanced toilet queues for a no stress pee
Gourmet street food takeaway from on-site caterers inc wizard-worthy snacks!
In car quizzes and our famous Caraoke!
Refunds guaranteed to ticket-holders if the event should get cancelled or postponed
Oli Norman, CEO of itison said: “We’ve been running Drive-In since 2013, giving thousands of families magical memories and we’re so excited to get back to doing that again! We’ve got an epic line up this May Bank Holiday weekend with Harry Potter and the Batman Trilogy set against the stunning backdrop of Hopetoun House (or Wayne Manor!)”
itison Drive In Movies series of events has attracted over 200,000 people to screenings of iconic movies in matching locations including all eight Harry Potter films shown against the stunning mountain backdrop of Glencoe, Jaws by the sea at Troon, Top Gun at Edinburgh Airport and Christmas classics every December at Loch Lomond Shores which sell out within minutes.
Tickets are priced at £32 per car (inc. booking fee) and go on sale at 7.30am tomorrow (Thursday 25th March) exclusively at www.itison.com/drivein
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