Open Air Cinema Chelmsford

Contact

Email: grace.nalty@each.org.uk

Name: Grace Nalty

Phone: 01223 204916

Online registration for this event has now closed! Tickets can still be purchased on the ​night however!

Join us at Chelmsford Racecourse for an evening of entertainment -  an Open Air Cinema screening of Dirty Dancing.

Bring a picnic or enjoy the food stalls on offer on the evening and watch the classic film under the stars. There will be a live band performing before the film to get you in the mood, so be sure to arrive early and enjoy the atmosphere of the evening.

For something a little more special, why not purchase one of the racecourse hospitality packages? Food and drink included, or a special area with deck chairs to enjoy the film from. For more information and to purchase, visit www.chelmsfordcityracecourse.com.

Please be aware that there is no glass allowed on site, so any drinks will need to be in plastic containers.

Date: Saturday 19th May 2018
Time: Doors open at 6.30pm, film starts at sunset (around 8pm)
Venue: Chelmsford City Racecourse, Chelmsford, CM3 1QP

Ticket:

- £12 per person (tickets will be available ​to purchase at the event)
- Hospitality Packages available through www.chelmsfordcityracecourse.com

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