Are you in our gallery from the Christchurch Park open air cinema in Ipswich?

Charna , Casey and Maisy Irons at the open air cinema in Christchurch Park. Picture : SEANA HUGHES

Charna , Casey and Maisy Irons at the open air cinema in Christchurch Park. Picture : SEANA HUGHES

Families in Ipswich enjoyed the summer sunshine in Christchurch Park yesterday, as three open air cinema screenings took place across the day.

Linda Harrington, Linda Ling and Rose Ling enjoying the Christchurch Park cinema. Picture : SEANA HU

Linda Harrington, Linda Ling and Rose Ling enjoying the Christchurch Park cinema. Picture : SEANA HUGHES

The morning kicked off with family-favourite Finding Dory at 10am, before a screening of Jurassic World at 1pm.

Danni Fletcher with five-month-old Charlotte Picture enjoying the Finding Dory screening in Christch

Danni Fletcher with five-month-old Charlotte Picture enjoying the Finding Dory screening in Christchurch Park. : SEANA HUGHES

The day concluded with a romantic-comedy turn when Bridget Jones’ Baby began at 7.30pm.

The Scowen family watching Finding Dory in Christchurch Park. Picture : SEANA HUGHES

The Scowen family watching Finding Dory in Christchurch Park. Picture : SEANA HUGHES

In August Holywells Park will have its own pop-up cinema as three classic movies come to the park.

Hundreds gather for Finding Dory at Christchurch Park Ipswich. Picture: SEANA HUGHES

Hundreds gather for Finding Dory at Christchurch Park Ipswich. Picture: SEANA HUGHES

On Thursday, August 3, ET will be screened, before an evening dubbed ‘Fright Night Friday’ the following night with Jaws.

Finding Dory at Christchurch Park Ipswich
Picture : SEANA HUGHES

Finding Dory at Christchurch Park Ipswich Picture : SEANA HUGHES


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Saturday, August 5 will feature a screening of Dirty Dancing.

The open air cinema events have become a fixture on the summer-events calendar organised by Ipswich Borough Council, with hundreds each year enjoying the events.

For Holywells tickets and more information on the Holywells screenings, visit the website here.

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