About this event:
On Friday, August 16 there’s another outdoor cinematic experience at The Alfred Gillett Trust with Bohemian Rhapsody (or BoRhap, as I believe some of the young people are now calling it).
Outdoor cinema is now officially a Big Thing, and for good reason. If you haven’t tried it, then sitting outside on a lovely summer’s evening is a fantastic way to watch a film.
Once again, the Alfred Gillett Trust in Street, Strode Theatre and Clarks Village are joining up to bring you three consecutive evenings of amazing films from Thursday, August 15 to Saturday, August 17.
The film’s are screened on the Alfred Gillett Trust’s lawn right next to Clarks Village, which means it’s the perfect location for a pre-cinema meal – and many of the Clarks Village stores are offering a 10% discount for ticket holders on the day, too!
There’s also a licensed bar on the site, as well as the chance to buy popcorn and candy floss.
Tickets cost £12 for a standard ticket, £9 for a child, and £38 for a family ticket. Deckchairs are available to hire for £5, but people are able to bring in blankets too, if they’d rather sit on those.
STREET – Alfred Gillett Trust
£12 / £9 (Child)