The Luna Cinema, in partnership with American Express, is back with a summer programme that promises to be its best yet – with over 175 screenings at more than 50 stunning locations, including Longleat in Wiltshire.

It has also announced the first ever cinema screenings to be held at the exclusive grounds of the Sandringham Estate.

George Wood, founder of The Luna Cinema, said “There could hardly be a more anticipated summer than this 2021, post-lockdown, season; every outing we arrange is set to feel special and unique after so long away from the people and activities we love.

"Cinema has provided the magic of escape through the decades, and we know that The Luna Cinema can bring joy and respite to the lives of movie-goers across the country this summer, more than ever before.

"After so many months spent watching films at home, we are delighted to be inviting the country to return to the big screen, with our brand of socially spacious, open air cinema experiences.

Other exclusive new locations in the 2021 summer season include Ragley Hall in Warwickshire and Wollaton Hall in Nottingham, urban parks such as London’s Clapham Common and Brockwell Park, alongside the Sandringham Estate, which this year joins existing Luna venues such as Hampton Court Palace, Warwick Castle, Blenheim Palace, Leeds Castle and Westminster Abbey.