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Open Air Cinema

When? 13 Aug 2019 to 15 Aug 2019
Where? Lulworth

  • Open Air Cinema
  • Open Air Cinema

We are welcoming back the ever popular Luna Cinema to the castle lawn this summer and we’re adding an extra date!

Watch a blockbuster film under the twinkling stars with your friends & family.

Following on from last year’s Harry Potter success, get your wands at the ready for the second instalment in Harry’s adventures with Harry Potter & the Chamber of Secrets.

We love an uplifting musical and are very excited to be welcoming The Greatest Showman to our big screen!

For the final movie night we are getting ready to rock with Freddie and his band in the award-winning Bohemian Rhapsody.

Harry Potter & the Chamber of Secrets (2002, PG, 161mins): 13 August

The Greatest Showman (2017, PG, 102mins): 14 August

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018, 12A, 134mins): 15 August

Doors open 7:00pm | Films start 8:30pm

For more info or to book your ticket visit www.thelunacinema.com

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