Summer Cinema nights are returning to Lakeside Village this August

Due to popular demand, they’re bringing back the summer cinema at Lakeside Village, so grab yourself some popcorn and a drink and see what films are lined up for you and the family.

This exciting event will begin on the 4th of August and last up until the end of August on the 25th. There will be two screenings on each day of the event.

What’s more, is that the event will be completely FREE to access, with a choice of mouth-watering sweet treats available to purchase. The perfect excuse to head to either Cadbury or The Sweet Emporium beforehand.

How to find Lakeside Village

Lakeside Village is excellently located about 2 miles from junction 3, M18. You can reach the M18 from the M1, M62 or A1. Follow the brown Lakeside signs from M18 Junction 3, over the railway bridge, go straight across at the traffic light intersection and turn left into Lakeside Village. Local bus services also serve Lakeside Village.

The event can be found at the end of the centre opposite M&S, facing the lawns. Don’t forget to fetch your favourite comfy deck chairs and blankets along with you.

Who can come?

Everyone is welcome to the summer cinema events.

In terms of kids entertainment a play area is located in and opposite guest services for your little ones to play in before the film starts.

It will provide a whole day out for the whole family.

Line up of screenings

  3.30pm 6.00pm
4 August Encanto
1hr 42min
Rated PG for some thematic elements and mild peril.  
Mama Mia
1hr 48min
Rated PG-13 for some sex-related comments
11 August Finding Dory
1hr 37min
Rated PG for mild thematic elements
Back To The Future
1hr 56min
18 August The Good Dinosaur
1hr 34min
Rated PG for peril, action and thematic elements    
2hr 6min
Rated PG-13 for some violence and thematic elements
25 August Sing 2
1hr 50min
Rated PG for some rude material and mild peril/violence    
Harry Potter Chamber of Secrets
2hr 41min
Rated PG for scary moments, some creature violence and mild language

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