It occasionally surprises even the most ardent outdoor adventurer, but Britain is capable of some absurdly pleasant summer weather when the powers that be decide it should be so.  It’s that which the Summer Nights Outdoor Film Festival aims to capitalise on, travelling across England over the duration of the summer, stopping at thirteen beautiful heritage sites to screen blockbuster hits and old classics. Starting on 14th July with a screening of the classic musical Grease at the RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey, the Summer Nights Film Festival will then travel across all manor (sorry) of beautiful country locations in England, finishing at the RHS Garden Harlow Carr in Harrogate on the 16th September with a screening of Top Gun; the film that made Tom Cruise into an A-list star...

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