The Nutshuis will organise an open air film festival from 27 July to August. A series of 6 outdoor film screenings and sustainable food on the last Saturday in July and all 5 Saturdays in August in the secluded garden of the Nutshuis.
Sultry temperatures, fresh, exciting meals created by Juni Café, beanbags to sit on while your food goes down and a film projected onto a huge outdoor screen. What better way to spend a warm summer evening?
Juni Café will treat its guests to a weekly variation of a dish that used to be a monotonous feature of any party or event: jazzed-up potato salad. The generous buffet dinners in the garden are a tried, tested and far-from-boring formula. Before the Open Air screenings, guests can come and enjoy hot and cold dishes, a salad bar and a selection of delicious morsels from the barbecue.
The Nutshuis Open Air Film Festival features documentaries in English or with English subtitles.
Saturday, 27 July: Krappe Kaders (Three Short Films)
Saturday, 3 August: Schapenheld
Saturday, 10 August: The Biggest Little Farm
Saturday, 17 August: Seed: The Untold Story
Saturday, 24 August: The Wonder of Le Petit Prince
Saturday, 31 August: Transnistra
The film evenings begin at 19.30 hrs. with a meal. The films start once the sun sets around 21.30 hrs. The location is the Nutshuis (Riviervismarkt 5) in The Hague.
Tickets cost € 28 for the film and meal including a drink. It is also possible to buy only a film ticket for € 10.00. You can reserve your place on the website of the Nutshuis