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Swansea solar-powered mobile cinema is back on the road to celebrate Jubilee

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An award-winning Swansea mobile cinema will be performing again for the first time in 2 years.

Sol Cinema has been booked to perform in North Wales as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebratory weekend.

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Royal Rhyl will be held on Saturday, June 4 on the town’s high street and includes a first-time visit from an historical regal guest, royal-themed crafts and activities, and traditional seaside activities. The highlight of the day-long event will be a visit from the Sol Cinema, the world’s smallest picture house, powered entirely by the sun.

A Glastonbury Festival favourite, the Sol Cinema draws big crowds wherever it goes. The tiny picture house was hired by the band Madness last year to premiere their new film.

Town Council clerk Gareth Nickels said: “There are lots of laughs in store with old-fashioned funfair stalls, a bubbleologist, the charming Sol Cinema with its quirky films, and a visit from a regal figure from way back just some things residents and visitors can look forward to.”

People who come dressed as a prince or princess will be given a prize.

Paul O’Connor, co-founder of the Sol Cinema, said: “We love coming to North Wales and are always made to feel very welcome. Sol Cinema is delighted to give the people of Rhyl the Royal treatment with our red carpet, usherettes and popcorn”

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Royal Rhyl will be held on the town’s high street between 11am-4pm on
Saturday, June 4.

(Lead image: Sol Cinema)

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