Open Air Cinema Peterborough

Open Air Cinema Peterborough



Name: Polly West

Phone: 01223 205 198

Online registration for this event has now closed - however you can buy tickets on the night. 

Come and join us to watch the much loved classic Mamma Mia at the Ferry Meadows Country Park in Peterborough.

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.
Dogs are permitted but please keep them on leads at all times.
Please note the event is held on grass so does not have easy wheelchair access.

Saturday 28th April 2018
Doors will open at 6:30pm with the live band beginning at 7:00pm and then film starting at sunset, approx. 8pm
Ferry Meadows Country Park, Peterborough, PE2 5UU

Mamma Mia run time is 1hr 50mins


£12 per person (non-refundable)

Parking at Ferry Meadows will be charged at a discount fee. The event is to take place on Coney Meadow with the closest parking available at lakeside carpark. Click here for a map

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