Outdoor Film Festival Day One - The Kid Who Would be King
Friday 23rd August 2019
Where: Main Abbey
Old-school magic meets the modern world when young Alex stumbles upon the mythical sword Excalibur. He soon unites his friends and enemies, and they become knights who join forces with the legendary wizard Merlin. Together, they must save mankind from the wicked enchantress Morgana and her army of supernatural warriors.
Partly filmed around Glastonbury with some scenes filmed at Glastonbury Abbey.
The first night of our three night outdoor film festival, this screening is presented with Children's World, a local charity supporting inclusion for ALL children through drama, performance, film-making and FUN!
£5 Member Child
£32 Family (2+2)
On the Door Tickets:
£7 Member Child
£38 Family (2+2)
Children's World charity information:
reg.charity no: 1172322 (previously 282743)
28 Northload Street
Attending an Outdoor Event at Glastonbury Abbey:
Glastonbury Abbey is an outdoor event space and as such is open to the vagaries of the British weather. Our advice when attending an event at Glastonbury Abbey is that you should dress appropriately for the weather conditions and also be prepared for changes as the event progresses. Events held in the evening can become cold and/or damp with dew. For predicted rain please bring suitable wet weather clothing (not umbrellas).
The abbey becomes very dark after sunset and has many fall and trip points. We do our best with temporary lighting to illuminate areas of safety concern and exits from the abbey. It is advised to bring a personal torch to aid your exit from the abbey after sunset.
For your comfort you may bring a camp chair or picnic blanket as seating is generally not provided. You may bring your well behaved dog* as long as it is kept on a lead and doesn’t disrupt the event.
Gazebo’s and other large structures are not allowed to be used within the grounds of Glastonbury Abbey.
All events will go on as planned in all weather conditions unless that weather becomes unsafe.
Glastonbury Abbey is a licensed venue. If you are intoxicated upon arrival you may be refused entry. No antisocial behaviour or disrespect toward the site, the ruins, other visitors or staff will be tolerated.
*Not including the Glastonbury Extravaganza which has its own terms and conditions of entry.
This is a Glastonbury Abbey fundraising event, raising funds for the conservation and future care of Glastonbury Abbey for public benefit.