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The New Forest

Sandy Balls Holiday Village, The New Forest

Surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the New Forest National Park, Sandy Balls offers stunning woodland scenery. It’s a world away from your day to day, with more trees than you can… well, shake a stick at.

The screening will take place in the front courtyard, by The Woodside Inn pub, right in the heart of the Village Square.

Grab yourself something to eat from the gourmet BBQ, treat yourself to your favourite tipple from our bar, get comfy with your friends and join us for a live outdoor screening of an amazing production, the perfect way to spend your Summer evenings.


The Royal Ballet | Romeo and Juliet | 11 June at 7.30pm | pre-screening starts at 7pm

Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers encounter passion and tragedy in Kenneth MacMillan's 20th-century ballet masterpiece. Soak up free culture on your doorstep: watch The Royal Ballet on stage at the Royal Opera House in this free live screening at Sandy Balls Holiday Village's BP Big Screen.

What I need to know before I attend:

Sandy Balls Holiday Village is accessible to all. A slope alongside The Woodside Inn enables access for wheelchair users. There will be no dedicated seating at these events, so please bring your own cushions, camping chairs or blankets, so you are comfy and cosy. There will be food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available to buy, alternatively please feel free to bring your own picnic.
In the interest of public safety, the following conditions will apply:

  • All litter should be disposed of in bins provided or taken home
  • This is an outdoor event; please dress appropriately for the anticipated weather conditions
  • Children must be accompanied by adults
  • Free entry to the event and deckchairs and tables are on a first come first served basis
  • No portable barbecues
  • The organizers reserve the right to refuse admission to the event for whatever reason

Please note, the Royal Opera House always seeks guidance regarding content from the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC). While a 12A rating is the minimum classification level issued for all live screenings in the UK, our content can still be suitable for children of all ages. Click this link for further information regarding the classification of filmed content.

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