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Ferry Meadows in Peterborough will be hosting an open-air cinema and theatre season this summer. Mea Buckley reports for ESP…

Summer Nights at Ferry Meadows includes a programme of 18 movie and theatre performances. The showings start from Friday July 5 to Sunday August 25.

There are two viewings of movies each night excluding two outdoor theatre performances on Thursday August 15 and Sunday August 18. Viewings start from 5pm for the younger audiences, with another at 7.30pm for the older audience.

The majority of the shows are the open-air cinema which has movies ranging from Barbie to Top Gun Maverick. The tickets for these showings are £8 for children and £10.50 for adults.

On August 17 there’s a free showing of Tangled from 5pm and Stop Making Sense at 7.30pm.

Just take blankets and chairs to enjoy movies for all ages.

There are also two theatre productions from the classics of Pride & Prejudice and Little Women. The two shows cost £22 for an adult, £13.20 for a child and £58.85 for a family ticket which includes two children and two adults. The performances start at 7pm and are performed by the celebrated Chapterhouse Theatre Company.

All information is located on the Nene Park official website. Don't miss out on this opportunity to get out of the house and enjoy all sorts of movies.


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