Open Air Cinema March

Open Air Cinema March

Contact

Email: cambs@each.org.uk

Name: Polly West

Phone: 01223205198

Online tickets for this event have now closed. However, tickets will still be available to purchase at the entrance. Also, you have probably noticed it has rained quite a bit in the last 24 hours! Although the forecast is looking brighter tomorrow afternoon, please be aware that the event will still be going ahead whatever the weather. So please dress accordingly and bring warm clothes and waterproofs!

 Join us for an open air cinema screening of this year’s favourite musical The Greatest Showman. Enjoy a magical night under the stars with your family and friends.

Hot food and drinks will be available, but you're more than welcome to bring a picnic with you.
No reserved seating, bring a blanket/collapsible chairs for seating.
No Dogs allowed
There shall be free parking available.

Saturday 28th July 2018
Doors will open at 7.00pm with the live band beginning at 7.45pm and then film starting at sunset, approx. between 8.30pm-9pm depending on sunlight
Neale-Wade Academy, March, PE15 9PX

The Greatest Showman run time is 1hr 46mins

Tickets:

£12 per person (non-refundable)
Under 5's go free

Kindly supported by Fink Developments and Star Radio
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