Adventure Cinema UK: where to visit open air cinemas in 2022, film screenings and how to get tickets

The touring outdoor cinema will visit locations nationwide showing screenings of hit films and classics, including M

The UK’s largest touring outdoor cinema is returning this year with a huge nationwide tour of open-air film screenings.

The tour will kick off in April and will pop up at various scenic spaces across the country to offer film-lovers the chance to enjoy a unique cinematic experience.

Stephen Spielberg’s West Side Story is among the films that will be shown (Photo: Adventure Cinema)

What films will be showing?

Adventure Cinema will be showing a range of cult classic films, musicas, family favourites and newly released blockbusters as part of its 2022 tour.

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

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

Sing-a-long screenings of Grease and The Greatest Showman will also be on the tour line-up, along with a showing of Harry Potter in the grounds of a medieval castle.

The full list of films include:

  • West Side Story (2021)
  • Mamma Mia!
  • Rocketman
  • Grease sing-a-long
  • The Greatest Showman sing-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 locations will the tour visit?

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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 mark the first time it will visit Scotland, with screenings to be held at Edinburgh’s Dalkeith Country Park.

The full list of tour dates are as follows:

29 April - 1 May

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

6 - 8 May

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  • Caldicot Castle, Monmouthshire
  • Erddig Hall, Wrexham

13 - 15 May

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

20 - 22 May

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

27 - 29 May

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  • Margam Country Park, Neath
  • Whatman Park, Maidstone
(Photo: Adventure Cinema)

1 - 2 June, and 20 - 21 July

  • Owlerton Stadium, Sheffield

3 - 4 June

  • Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthenshire

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10 - 12 June

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

15 - 17 June

  • Singleton Park, Swansea

17 - 19 June

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

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24 - 26 June

  • Burton Constable Hall, Hull
  • Charlton House and Gardens, London
  • Huntingdon Racecourse, Huntingdon

1 - 3 July

  • Osterley Park and House, London
  • Salisbury Racecourse, Salisbury

8 - 10 July

  • Crewe Hall, Crewe
  • Mountbatten Centre, Portsmouth
  • Swindon Cricket Club, Swindon

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15 - 17 July

  • The Vyne, Basingstoke

22 - 24 July

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

29 - 31 July

  • Arlington Court, Barnstaple
  • Bute Park, Cardiff
  • Stadiwm Zip World, Colwyn Bay

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5 - 7 August

  • Calke Abbey, Derby
  • Carlisle Racecourse, Cumbria
  • Clifton Downs, Bristol
  • Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes

8 - 10 August

  • Clevedon Hall, Clevedon

12 - 14 August

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

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17 - 19 August

  • Nutfield Priory, Redhill

19 - 21 August

  • Beckenham Place Park, Beckenham
  • Dunham Massey, Altrincham

22 - 23 August

  • Hedingham Castle, Essex

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24 - 25 August

  • Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth

26 - 28 August

  • Sewerby Hall, Bridlington
  • Dyffryn Gardens, Cardiff

2 - 4 September

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

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9 - 11 September

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

16 - 18 September

  • Lincolnshire Showground, Lincoln
  • Sprowston Manor, Norwich
  • Taunton Deane Cricket Club, Taunton

How do I get tickets?

Tickets are priced from £14.50 each, plus a booking fee, and are available to buy online via the Adventure Cinema website.

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Ticket holders will be offered a 100% money-back guarantee should anything mean that the events cannot go ahead.

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