Luna Cinema presents 1917

The National Memorial Arboretum presents a cinematic event not to be missed. Join us on Friday 10 July for a special evening showing of the Oscar winning 2019 war drama, 1917 (PG).

April 6th, 1917. As a regiment assembles to wage war deep in enemy territory, two soldiers are assigned to race against time and deliver a message that will stop 1,600 men from walking straight into a deadly trap.

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Doors Open 7.45pm: Film starts: 9.15pm (approximately): Film running time: 119 minutes
National Memorial Arboretum
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Food and Drink
The Restaurant will be open throughout the evening selling a variety of hot and cold food and beverages. Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic but please be kind to our site by taking any litter home at the end of the evening.

An onsite ATM is available within the Remembrance Centre.


£37.50 Premier Tickets (Must be bought in pairs. Include – Luxury beanbag sofa for two in prime position, Bottle of prosecco (non-alcoholic alternative available), Popcorn for two, Luna blanket)

£23.00 Seated General Admission

£15.50 General Admission

£7.50 Disabled & Carer General Admission (Must be bought in pairs)

£14.50 Group rate (price per person, group rate valid for groups of 10 or more)           

A small booking fee will apply to all ticket transactions. Tickets purchased are subject to T&Cs

A £3 parking charge will apply.

We aim to provide an enjoyable evening for all of our visitors. As the film is being shown in the Arboretum grounds, there may be areas of uneven surface. If you have any specific access requirements please contact the National Memorial Arboretum in advance of the evening. Wheelchairs, are available to hire for a small donation and mobility scooters for £5. Parking for blue badge holders is available on site in the main car park. No vehicle access is permitted in the grounds themselves.

Please Note
Marquees, gazebos and naked flames, including: barbecues, candles etc. are not permitted at this event.