The Drive In: Yentl

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Please be aware, there will be car boot checks being performed by the co-organisers of this, the Jewish Film Festival.

Yentl is classic Streisand – besides marking her directorial debut, she produced, starred in and co-wrote the film (with Jack Rosenthal).

Adapted from Isaac Bashevis Singer’s short story and subsequent Broadway play, the plot concerns an Eastern European girl in 1904 who flouts tradition by discussing Jewish law and disguises herself as a man in order to study the Talmud, but falls in love with her study partner (Mandy Patinkin on great form).

The twist is that Streisand’s Yentl is a musical, with the lady herself belting out a dozen memorable numbers including ‘Papa, Can You Hear Me?’.

The Drive In is fully contact-free. Sound will be broadcast straight to your vehicle’s speakers; information on how to tune in will be available on the day. Thanks to our top-of-the-range screen, you’ll have a great view wherever you park up. Snacks and drinks are available to order through our mobile app, and will be safely delivered to your car by our team of 1950s drive in attendants.

With vehicles spaced 2 metres apart, tickets will be scanned through your closed car window – and we’ll be putting extra measures in place to ensure all our shows can be enjoyed in line with the latest government advice

Please note: You only need to purchase one ticket per car.

(PG)

Venue Information

THE DRIVE IN

Troubadour Meridian Water, Harbet Road, Edmonton, London, N18 3QQ

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