People will still be able to enjoy a film with a bucket of popcorn this Christmas despite the looming Wales-wide closure of cinemas.

As part of the new raft of measures brought in by the Welsh Government, indoor entertainment venues such as bowling alleys and cinema will close their doors again this week.

However, film lovers will still be able to get their festive fix with a Christmas movie event planned for Margam Country Park in Port Talbot.

The film event will be hosted by Gower Dough Co, a pizza business which was set up by Craig Bevan and Beki Burnside back in January.

The popular Luminate Wales event at Margam Country Park was cancelled this year
The venue is determined to bring it back in 2021

The pair have invested in a 40-foot cinema screen which will be showing an array of Christmas favourites during December, kicking off with Frozen and Love Actually on Friday, December 11.

Here's everything you need to know about "Gower Dough Presents"

Where is it?

The screenings are part of the Christmas schedule at Margam Country Park which can be accessed from junction 38 of the M4 or the A48 near Port Talbot.

The drive-in cinema event is accessed via the Coalbrook entrance to the park, not the main entrance (see map below) and will take place near to Margam Discovery Centre.

Up to 150 cars can attend each screening and there are plenty of tickets left, although they're selling fast.

The event is taking place in a concreted area at the park so there is no need to wear your boots or wellies.

What films are showing?

There's something for everyone with two screenings a day at the weekend and one on most weekdays. Here's the list:

Friday, December 11 at 4pm - Frozen (PG) 7.30pm - Love Actually (15)

Saturday, December 12 at 4pm -  The Polar Express (U) 7.30pm - Bridget Jones Diary (15)

Sunday, December 13 at 4pm - Home Alone (PG) 7.30 - Die Hard (18)                               

Monday, December 14 at 6pm - Elf (PG)

Elf will be one of the blockbusters shown

Tuesday, December 15 at 4pm - It's a Wonderful Life (U)

Wednesday, December 16 at 4pm - Miracle on 34th Street (U) 7.30pm - Home Alone (PG)                                           

Thursday, December 17 at 6pm - The Greatest Showman (PG)

It will reopen the debate about whether Die Hard is really a Christmas movie

Friday, December 18 at 4pm - Frozen 2 (PG) 7.30pm - Home Alone 2

Saturday, December 19 at 4pm - Muppet Christmas Carol (U) 7pm - Elf (PG)

How much is it and how can I buy tickets?

The ticket cost is charged per car. Vans and 4x4s must buy a separate ticket, but will pay the same as car drivers. Tickets can be purchased here and there are more details about upcoming competitions for free tickets and other prizes on the Gower Dough Co Facebook page.

VIP tickets (for cars only and including 2 x popcorn and parking in the front two rows) cost £35.

Standard tickets are £30 per vehicle and are booked based on arrival time so buy early for the best view.

What food and drink is on offer?

The Gower Dough Co big red bus was a hit at the Swansea Bay Pop Up event at Singleton Park this summer and food will be served from the bus during the film screenings.

Fresh pizzas and snacks will be available
It will all be ordered through an app

The bus will be decorated with lights, Christmas decorations and Christmas trees to add to the festive feeling.

There will be an extended menu, to be confirmed soon so keep an eye on the Gower Dough Co Facebook page, including pizzas, hot dogs, nachos, treat boxes, "old school" sweets and, of course, popcorn.

Hot drinks will also be available to order.

You won't even need to leave your vehicle as all refreshments will be made to order by using a dedicated app on your phone and hand-delivered.