Cinema for Schools
Running an open air cinema event for your school is easy with Sundown Cinema. Simply give us a call or email to arrange a date for your event and we will talk you take you step by step through the whole process. On the day, we arrive with all necessary equipment and a technician to set it up and run the screening, converting your playground into an open air cinema. This means all you have to do is sell the tickets and run the bar!
Turn your school into an open air cinema
Sundown Cinema can turn your playground or playing field into an outdoor cinema. Our daylight suitable screens allow for family screenings and we can easily be added to an existing fete or summer fair or use the open air movie as fundraiser for your PTA or simply as a free community event.
Prices start from as little as £900, start your summer fundraising by giving us a call.
Telephone: 0333 456 2020
Why choose Sundown Cinema?
We’ve hosted hundreds of cinema events for tens of thousands of guests for local authorities, charities and businesses as well as our branded events.
Our technicians have hundreds of hours of experience hosting events for thousands of guests.
Our technicians are enhanced DBS checked, we carry £10million public liability insurance and can provide full RAMS for every event
We host our own events and understand the challenges of putting on a successful fundraising event. We know that you’re not necessarily professional event organisers and don’t expect you to be.
Our set up takes less than an hour (our record is 7 minutes!)
Our schools packages start from as little as £900+VAT
Phone: 0333 456 2020
“Nick and the team at Sundown Screens have been entertaining the families at our Parents’ Guild School cinema event for four years! The team has always been friendly, helpful and go the extra mile.
We have invited the team back again this September for our annual Outdoor Cinema Screening and can feel completely relaxed that that side of the event is completely in hand.
I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them to others.”