Ghosts, wizards and Summer Nights at CLC Outdoor Cinema
College is set to become a site of paranormal activity, a magical wizarding world, and a gateway to the 1950s era of the T-birds and the Pink Ladies, as the venue opens its doors to cinema-goers across Gloucestershire over the August Bank Holiday weekend, with three open air cinema screenings of classic films.
The films will be shown over three nights with the first, the 1984 classic Ghostbusters, screened on Friday 25th August, followed by Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone on Saturday 26th August and Grease on Sunday 27th August.
Hosted by CLC Venues and Events, the screenings will take place in the gardens against a striking backdrop of Gothic architecture provided by our beautiful library, clock tower and observatory. In case of wet weather, the screenings will go ahead in our stunning Princess Hall, set against the dramatic Gothic woodwork of the staging, balconies and pillars throughout.
Tickets cost £10 (with a £1.21 booking fee) and gates open at 7.00pm, with each film beginning at around 8.00pm - 8.30pm. Attendees should bring picnic blankets or camping and deck chairs with them, ready to settle in for a night of classic cinema due to end at around 11.00pm.
Food and refreshments, including a selection of snacks, soft drinks and alcohol, will be available to purchase throughout the night and attendees are asked not to bring their own food or drink in to the College grounds.