The Karate Kid at Hitchin Lavender – POSTPONED
29 May @ 8:00 pm - 10:10 pm
Please note this screening has been postponed due to the impact of Covid-19, we hope to be able to screen it again soon. Please click here for for a full impact statement on Covid-19
The Karate Kid will bring back the memories of calling each other grasshopper in the playground and balancing on one leg. A brilliant 1980’s film that can only be appreciated on a big screen in the open air with Sundown Cinema!
Karate Kid is the film that made young kids wear their ties round their foreheads and balance on one leg whilst wearing their dressing gown – or was that just us? Relive the moment of seeing this on a big screen this summer at Hitchin Lavender with Sundown Cinema. Can’t remember the plot? When Daniel finds that he doesn’t fit in at his new school he befriends an elderly gardener who through teaching him karate teaches him about growing up – a little bit like an Alan Titchmarsh crossed with Bruce Lee…
Come and high kick and balance your way through with this nostalgic gem.
This is a special LED screening of The Karate Kid at Hitchin Lavender, we’ll be able to screen before it gets dark and numbers will be limited. As usual all guests will get free popcorn with their ticket. Parking at this event is free however we encourage guests car share or use sustainable transport solutions where possible. Guests can bring their own food to this event – we ask those who choose to do this to be considerate and remove and recycle their picnic packaging when they leave. A full list of frequently asked questions can be found here.
Film Starts: 2000
Film Ends 2210