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BIG SCREEN IN THE PARK IS BACK FOR SUMMER 2022

BIG SCREEN IN THE PARK IS BACK FOR SUMMER 2022

Al-fresco film lovers – rejoice! Big Screen in the Park is back in Northernhay Gardens 10 – 13 August after a two-year break, and what better way to make the most of the long Summer evenings? 

As well as a feelgood film selection featuring blockbusters, indies and cult classics, you can enjoy a licenced bar, popcorn & more from Candy Floss Kids, a BBQ and upgrades including deckchairs and delicious picnics from partners Greendale Farm Shop (upgrades must be pre booked). See the menu here>>>> 

So, pull up a deckchair, gather some friends, and make an evening of it! 

Look out for upcoming competitions on our social media from Friday 8th July to win tickets and other goodies! 

Big Screen in the Park 

Wed 10 – Sat 13 August

Tickets & Info for All Films | Watch Trailer 

BIG SCREEN IN THE PARK IS BACK FOR SUMMER 2022

Northernhay Gardens, Exeter (2mins walk from Exeter Central Station) 

Gates Open 7pm – Films start approx. 9pm 

£6 in advance / £8 on the Gate 

+ Deckchair* (£4) + Picnic for 2 from Greendale Farm Shop* (£20)  

(*must be booked in advance) 

WED 10 AUG: HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS (U)| 1989 | 93 mins 

Professor Wayne Szalinski ‘s inventions rarely work but when his latest contraption, a shrinking machine, zaps into action it reduces a lot more than he could have possibly imagined and accidentally shrinks his kids by mistake. A firm family favourite for everyone to enjoy. 

THUR 11 AUG: THE FRENCH DISPATCH (15) | 2021 | 107 mins 

Based out of a small office in a little French town The French Dispatch is a colourful supplement magazine catering for the culturally eccentric. Visually stunning and magically nostalgic this could be Wes Anderson’s most accomplised movie yet. 

FRI 12 AUG: NO TIME TO DIE (12A) | 2021 | 183 mins  

Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. You can’t beat Bond for an evening of action and adventure. 

SAT 13 AUG: BACK TO THE FUTURE (PG) | 1985 | 116 mins 

Great Scott! 17 Year Old Marty McFly is accidentally transported 30 years back in time in a Delorean designed by his scientist friend, Doc Brown. An timeless cult classic for an evening of movie magic. 

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