The UK's largest outdoor cinema experience is returning to Ipswich later this year with three blockbuster hits. 

Adventure Cinema is returning for its "biggest summer yet" with more than 260 screenings at more than 65 venues nationwide. 

Last year the outdoor cinema was at Christchurch Park with screenings of Top Gun: Maverick, Mamma Mia! and Pretty Woman. 

It will be back at the park in September.

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Ben Lovell, co-director at Adventure Cinema, said: "We are thrilled to announce our 6th summer of Adventure Cinema, with new iconic locations including Cornwall's Eden Project, which is very special. 

"This season's selection of films promise something for everyone, from the old-school classics- which out fans always love- to newer releases, family favourites and more, we can't wait to bring everyone together for another season in the great British outdoors."

Adventure Cinema will be back at Christchurch Park from Friday, September 6 to Sunday, September 8. 

This year the chosen films are Dirty Dancing on the Friday, The Greatest Showman sing-a-long on the Saturday, and Grease sing-a-long on the Sunday. 

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Ipswich Star: Grease Sing-A-Long is one of the films coming to IpswichGrease Sing-A-Long is one of the films coming to Ipswich (Image: Adventure Cinema)

Screenings at Christchurch Park will take place on the lawn in front of Christchurch Mansion. 

Speaking about the venue, Adventure Cinema said: "The grand and stately mansion, originally built in 1548, provides the perfect backdrop for a movie under the stars."

Picnics and drinks are allowed but glasses are banned during the event, with hot food and snacks available to purchase on site. 

There is no on-site parking available so the cinema is encouraging the use of nearby pay and display options at car parks or to use public transport to get to the venue. 

The gates to Christchurch Park will open at 6.30pm on each day of a screening, with the films starting at 8pm.