An open-air cinema is touring the UK this summer: full list of venues and films

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Stephen Spielberg’s West Side Story is among the films to be screened (Photo: Adventure Cinema)

The UK’s largest traveling outdoor cinema returns this year with a grand national tour of outdoor film screenings.

The tour will begin in April and will be presented in various scenic spaces in the country to offer moviegoers the opportunity to enjoy a unique cinematographic experience.

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What movies will be screened?

Adventure Cinema will showcase a variety of cult classic films, music, family favorites and newly released blockbusters as part of its 2022 tour.

It will celebrate 50 years of ABBA with special presentations of Mamma Mia!, while Rocketman will be screened to commemorate Elton John’s 75th birthday.

A highlight of the 2022 tour includes a screening of Stephen Spielberg’s acclaimed adaptation of the 1957 musical West Side Story.

Sing-along screenings of Grease and The Greatest Showman will also be on the tour schedule, along with a performance of Harry Potter on the grounds of a medieval castle.

The full list of movies includes:

– West Side Story (2021)- Mamma Mia!- Rocketman- Grease singing-a-long- The Greatest Showman singing-a-long- Dirty Dancing- Bohemian Rhapsody- Pretty Woman- Rocky Horror- Harry Potter- Jurassic Park- Pulp Fiction – A star is born- Moulin Rouge- Sister Act- The Princess Bride- Gladiator

What places will the tour visit?

Adventure Cinema will visit 20 National Trust sites, six medieval castles, heritage properties and country estates across the UK from April 2022.

This year will be the first time it will visit Scotland, and screenings will take place in Edinburgh’s Dalkeith Country Park.

The open-air cinema tour will begin in April (Photo: Cine Aventura)

The full list of tour dates is as follows:

April 29 – May 1

Llancaiach Fawr, Treharris Saltram House, Plymouth Stanley Park, Blackpool

May 6 – 8

Caldicot Castle, Monmouthshire Erddig Hall, Wrexham

May 13 – 15

Herrington Country Park, Sunderland Orsett Showground, Orsett Yeovil Showground, Yeovil

May 20 – 22

Bedwellty House and Park, Tredegar Gildredge Park, Eastbourne Saltwell Park, Gateshead

May 27 – 29

Margam Country Park, NeathWhatman Park, Maidstone

June 1 – 2, and July 20 – 21

Owlerton Stadium, Sheffield

June 3 – 4

Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthenshire

10 – 12 June

Belvoir Castle, Gratham Tredegar House, Newport Coughton Court, Alcester

15 – 17 June

June 17 – 19

Cosmeston Lakes, Penarth Shibden Park, Halifax Torquay Recreation Ground, Torquay

24 – 26 June

Burton Constable Hall, HullCharlton House and Gardens, London Huntingdon Racecourse, Huntingdon

1 – 3 July

Osterley Park and House, London Salisbury Racecourse, Salisbury

8 – 10 July

Crewe Hall, CreweMountbatten Centre, Portsmouth Swindon Cricket Club, Swindon

15 – 17 July

22 – 24 July

Greenhead Park, Huddersfield Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire Wentworth Woodhouse, Rotherham

29 – 31 July

Arlington Court, Barnstaple Bute Park, Cardiff Stadium Zip World, Colwyn Bay

August 5 – 7

Calke Abbey, DerbyCarlisle Racecourse, CumbriaClifton Downs, BristolMeridian Showground, Cleethorpes

August 8 – 10

August 12 – 14

Baddesley Clinton, Solihull Dalkeith Country Park, Dalkeith Newton Abbot Racecourse, Newton Abbot

August 17 – 19

19 – 21 August

Beckenham Place Park, Beckenham Dunham Massey, Altrincham

August 22 – 23

August 24 – 25

Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth

August 26 – 28

Sewerby Hall, Bridlington Dyffryn Gardens, Cardiff

24th September

Attingham Park, Shrewsbury Knightshayes Court, Tiverston Powis Castle, Welshpool

September 9 – 11

Chirk Castle, Wrexham Gawsworth Hall, Macclesfield Towneley Park, Burnley

September 16 – 18

Lincolnshire Showground, LincolnSprowston Manor, NorwichTaunton Deane Cricket Club, Taunton

How do I get tickets?

Ticket holders will be offered a 100% money back guarantee if anything means the events cannot go on.

This article originally appeared on our sister site, NationalWorld.

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