The life and music of Elvis Presley brought to the huge open air screen with dazzling panache by Baz Luhrmann. Focusing on the relationship between manager Tom Parker and the iconic musician.
The film traces the life of Elvis from formative years, breakthrough, fame and films through to his untimely death. Relative newcomer Austin Butler plays the King while Tom Hanks plays the enigmatic Colonel Parker.
Baz Luhrmann is known for his unapologetic extravagance, so prepare yourself for an immersive concoction of sumptuous visuals and classic rock ’n roll. Luhrmann has stated that he does not regard ‘Elvis’ as a biopic rather than a portrait of America through the fifties, sixties and seventies.
We are delighted to have SUSPICIOUSLY ELVIS to perform prior to the film.
Ivor Potter had been performing around the UK and the world as Suspiciously Elvis for over 20 years. He is looking forward to performing in Priory Park and really getting the crowd revved up before the Elvis film on 5 Aug.
Advance Tickets £11.50 (£13 on the day if available)
Kids £7 (£8 on the day if available)
No membership discounts available
PRIORY PARK OPEN AIR SCREENINGS
- The only Open-Air events where the films are screened from equipment just as you would get in a cinema. (Not from a DVD/BluRay).
- The Screen is huge, and most importantly, stable (i.e. not inflatable).
- The screenings take place at Chichester's beautiful Priory Park.
- They form part of the prestigious Chichester International Film Festival.
Musical Entertainment from 19:45 - Gates open 19:00
Films start at Dusk (app. 20:30) Bring a Picnic Blanket or Chair, and a Picnic Basket filled with your favourite goodies.
Fenwick's Café will be open for Drinks & Snacks