According to the estate’s official website, movie lovers would be able to enjoy recent box office hits in the drive-in theatre.
As the coronavirus has forced theatres and movie halls to shutdown, drive-in theatres have come forward to take their place. And now even the Queen has come out to help with the transition.
Queen Elizabeth has announced that she will transform her Sandringham Estate into a drive-in theatre, reported by Fox News.
Like any of the royal palaces, Sandringham estate is open to the public. But hardly anyone was expecting it to be turned into a drive-in theatre.
According to the estate's official website, avid movie lovers would be able to enjoy recent box office hits as well as family films. The list includes- Moana, A Star is born, Toy Story, and 1917.
The social distance guidelines are already in place, especially with such a massive estate it allows viewers to stretch their legs outsider their cars, mid-show.
Tickets will cost about $40 as of now. Audience can purchase the tickets for the weekend of September 25.