Hooper's Alcoholic Fruit Brews is sponsoring the Summer Nights Film Festival, a series of outdoor screenings of popular films in heritage locations.

Hooper’s sponsors Summer Nights films


Hooper’s Alcoholic Fruit Brews is sponsoring the Summer Nights Film Festival, a series of outdoor screenings of popular films in heritage locations.

The 2016 season kicks off with The Martian at the RHS Gardens, Wisley on July 15th, and runs through until September 17th with a showing of Grease at the Blickling Estate in Norfolk.

Hooper’s will be providing a relaxed bar and picnic seating area, where attendees can try each of the six flavours of Hooper’s Alcoholic Fruit Brews.

The premium Ready-To-Drink range includes Cloudy Lemonade, Strawberry & Elderflower, Raspberry & Nettle, Dandelion & Burdock, Ginger Brew and Plum & Sloe.

Simon Green, Marketing Director of Global Brands which markets Hooper’s under license from owner Molson Coors, says: “Summer Nights Film Festival is a chance to enjoy the British summertime with Hooper’s refreshing, nostalgic flavours at beautiful English heritage sites. The events embrace Hooper’s #GreatBritishPicnic campaign to support new ways to enjoy the British summertime this year. We are incredibly excited to be exclusive drinks vendor, especially as this is the first year hospitality options have featured onsite.”

Hooper’s range of traditionally British alcoholic drinks was first launched by William Hooper in 1817 and re-launched in 2012.

Summer Nights is organised by QUAD, Derby’s Centre for Art and Film. Venues this year are: RHS Garden, Wisley, Surrey; Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire; Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire; Nostell Priory, Yorkshire; Calke Abbey, Derbyshire; Eyam Hall, Derbyshire; Sheffield Park, Sussex; Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire; Wollaton Hall, Nottingham; Dunham Massey, Cheshire; Wallington, Northumberland; Belton House, Lincolnshire; Attingham Park, Shropshire; Blickling Estate, Norfolk.

With the exception of Wisley, owned by the Royal Horticultural Society, and Wollaton Hall, owned by Nottingham City Council, the venues are all run by the National Trust.

Films scheduled are a mix of classics and relatively new releases and include: The Martian, Dirty Dancing, Pretty Woman, The Lady In The Van, Star Wars: The Force Awakens; Mamma Mia; The Innocents; Spectre; Ghost; Mad Max: Fury Road; Robin Hood – Prince Of Thieves; The Dark Knight Rises; Grease; The Great Gatsby; Les Miserables; Top Gun; Grease.

Derbyshire-based Global Brands is the UK’s leading independent drinks brand development business. It owns, markets and/or distributes a collection of products across the RTD, premium soft drinks, spirits and beer categories internationally, including Hooper’s, VK, Hooch, Franklin & Sons premium soft drinks and tonics and Amigos Tequila Beer.

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