IF you go down to Cannock Chase woods on Friday night, you’ll be in for a big surprise.
Crowds of film fans will be dressed as the ‘infected’ - zombie-like creations from Danny Boyle’s post-apocalyptic horror 28 Days Later – which is being shown on a huge projector screen in Cannock Chase Forest.
The Picnic Cinema event will take place on August 22 at Birches Valley Forest Centre, Birches Valley, Rugeley, (WS15 2UQ). Campers should arrive at 5pm and non-campers from 7pm.
The event is run by Eden Arts, an arts organisation and charity based in Cumbria. All income raised from Picnic Cinema helps support Remote, a Rural Touring Cinema project that enables rural communities to put on cinema screenings in their village venue.
Tickets are: non-camping £18.00, with camping £28.00, (plus £2 booking fee).
There’s also a Two Night Pass with either Close Encounters of the Third Kind or The Big Lebowski. Tickets are: non-camping £32, with camping £50, (plus £2 booking fee).
For more information visit picniccinema.co.uk/cannock-28-days-later/.