Back by popular demand for 2021, the Southwold Outdoor Cinema will this summer screen some of the most highly acclaimed films to a socially distanced audience near the Water Tower on Southwold Common. See separate entry for tonight's indoor showing of this film.
Tickets are sold as individual tickets and in groups of 2, 4 or 6. Each group will be assigned a socially distanced pitch and will need to bring their own seating, blankets etc.
Event opens at 7pm with a showing time of 9pm/sunset on Southwold Common. Film duration is 1 hour 40mins. Refreshments available.
Ticket Details: Standard ticket from £12.50 per person. VIP ticket from £16.50 per person
Venue: St. Edmund's Hall, Cumberland Road, Southwold
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DOORS OPEN 6:45pm. The first of a short season of three films (today, 29th May, 19th June). An outdoor showing of this film takes place tonight on Southwold Common (see separate entry).
Helen Fielding’s infamous journal-keeper (Renee Zellweger) makes her big-screen debut, armed with Chardonnay, fags and a king-size bar of chocolate. And with gorgeous boss Daniel (Hugh Grant) and hunky barrister Mark (Colin Firth) vying for her affections.