Picnic Cinema takes place at various locations across the north of England.
The Picnic Cinema team are committed to making our event accessible to all, however this is not always possible.
If you would like to discuss your access requirements in more detail then please call 01768 899444 where we will be happy to help.
The screening of the film happens once it gets dark, returning to your tent/car will be in little to no light. Please bring a torch.
Picnic Cinema can provide subtitles for most film screenings. Please select the option when you are purchasing your ticket.
WITHNAIL & I AT SLEDDALE HALL
Access to the site is 2 miles via a track road.
Campers must then carry their camping equipment approx 500m via uneven gravel track road to the camp site.
Access to the House is via a gravel track road which is incredibly steep and uneven in places.
This is a very remote location, it can become pitch black at night.
We are happy to allow early entry or arrange vehicle access for visitors unable to carry their kit. This can only be done with prior arrangement with the team.
“Being able to watch this iconic film actually at Crow Crag and celebrate my husbands birthday in such an amazing way. He already wants to book for next year and go to other Picnic Cinema events. My sister in law is disabled and the team couldn’t have been any more helpful and supportive in helping us access the site so that she could be part of our celebrations. This was our first Picnic Cinema event but certainly won’t be the last!” -Audience Member 2018
For a discussion with the team about access issues please contact 01768 899444 and we can talk you through the site and what has worked in the past.
Please note unfortunately we cannot allow any dogs on site, including assistance dogs, due to the site being a working farm.
track road to camping site
gravel track up to cottage