Back garden cinema in three easy steps

By Ben Harris Friday, 23 June 2017 12:49 0

SUMMER is here early in Spain and with it comes the desire to spend those long evenings out in the garden enjoying the first cool moments of the day.

With this in mind, many people will be looking for a way to bring their family and friends together and make the most of these months. Using mostly household items this article will describe how to easily create your own garden cinema to add a touch of originality to the standard garden party.

There is a distinct festival feeling to watching your favourite movies in the open air. All it requires are the following three easy steps:

Step 1 involves a big white sheet, which can be anything from a bath towel to bed linen. This needs to be pegged to the side of a shed or perhaps attached to a washing line and tied down with some string.

Step 2 is to go and buy a small projector which can plug into any laptop. This may sound expensive but with the rise of the portable electronics market these can be found for a fraction of the price of larger ones and are just as reliable.

Step 3, the final step, is to arrange all your garden furniture in a cinema style or just throw a large blanket on the floor and enjoy your very own open air theatre. 

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