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Summer Nights Outdoor Film Festival

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Venue Speke Hall
Admission £10.50 - £12.50
Start Time 18:30
End Time 23:00

A huge outdoor cinema experience will take over one of Liverpool’s most-loved spaces – the National Trust’s Speke Hall – with a distinctly eighties theme to the four classic films being screened in its gardens.

Taking place across four nights in September, the screened films include everything from the classic power ballad-laden love story of Dirty Dancing (12A) on Sunday 15 September to the Oscar-winning Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) on Thursday 12 September that will get everyone clapping their hands to Queen’s legendary music.

For action film fans, see Tom Cruise’s daring young pilot take to the skies in Top Gun (12A) on Friday 13 September while a trip to the future sees a young John Connor battling it out alongside eighties icon Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (15) on Saturday 14 September.

Outdoor cinema has become ever more popular in recent years and now Liverpool is getting the chance to join in the fun, as part of QUAD’s Summer Nights Outdoor Film Festival. The nationwide festival will bring their huge inflatable screen to Speke Hall’s lawn, giving an unrivalled view of the city’s cherished Tudor mansion.

Film-goers are invited to bring a picnic, dress for the weather (leg warmers encouraged) and bring their own seating. Each film will start approximately 30 minutes after sunset.

There will be access to toilets, baby-changing facilities and all films will be screened with subtitles so that everyone can truly sit back and relax. Free parking will also be available on-site.

For more information or to buy tickets visit the website above or call the QUAD Box Office on 01332 29060

Tickets for group bookings of eight or more are £12.50 for adults or £8.50 for under 12’s.

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