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1940s Outdoor Cinema Screening – Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs
June 21 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
To fit with Boston’s 1940s weekend, we will be showing two films from around the 1940s era. On Friday 21st June we will be showing Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) and on Saturday 22nd June we will be showing The Dam Busters (1955).
In this Disney Classic, Snow White is pursued by a jealous queen, forced to make new friends and find her happy ending.
This is now a free event thanks to Boston Big Local funding, please book your tickets here to guarantee a place
Gates will open at 5pm on the night, Film start time is 6.15pm.
Conditions of entry
Under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult. Children 18 months and under are free. You maybe required to prove your concession upon entry, failure to produce your proof could result in the additional payment to be made at full price.
There is no set seating, so you need to bring a blanket or chairs if you do not wish to sit on the grass.
You can bring a picnic, snacks, food, etc; snacks, sweets and popcorn. No alcohol can be brought into this event, a bar will be available for you to purchase drinks when inside the screening.
Bag and body searches may be carried out at the entrance. This is the only entry to the outdoor cinema event, please be patient.
Recommended parking for attending the event is on Bargate Green PE21 6RU or Cattle Market PE21 6RX.
We are hoping for a dry evening, but the screening will go ahead whatever the weather so please come prepared. In the unlikely event of severe bad weather/high winds the event could postponed. We will post on social media and text contact numbers provided at time of booking should the event be cancelled.
Tickets will not be refunded for any other reason.
No smoking is permitted within the park whilst the event is taking place and no pets are allowed.