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Open air cinema comes to Ipswich this weekend

PUBLISHED: 09:38 26 June 2018 | UPDATED: 09:45 26 June 2018

Open Air Cinema at Christchurch Park, Ipswich. Picture: IPSWICH BOROUGH COUNCIL

Open Air Cinema at Christchurch Park, Ipswich. Picture: IPSWICH BOROUGH COUNCIL


Grab some friends, pick up some popcorn, drink some fizz and enjoy a night of watching a film outdoors.

Get your picnic blanket ready because an open air cinema is coming to a park near you.

Ipswich’s Christchurch Park will be showing the popular American musical The Greatest Showman this Saturday, June 30.

The Greatest Showman celebrates the birth of show business, inspired by the ambition and imagination of P.T. Barnum. See the story of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a mesmerizing spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.

The film stars Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Zendaya, Zac Efron and Rebecca Ferguson.

Gates open at 6pm and the film will start at 7.30pm and will finish approximately 9.30pm.

You can buy tickets on the Ipswich Regent & Corn Exchange website.

Please note the open air cinema will go ahead in the event of rain or poor weather so make sure you go prepared.

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