We are delighted to announce that we are planning for our first event this year, the rescheduled Outdoor Cinema event for next month.
Mamma Mia! The Movie Outdoor Cinema Screening is still planned to take place but due to a supplier issue we are only able to show one film at the Outdoor Cinema screening scheduled for Saturday 12th September in Central Park, Boston.
To grab your tickets for the screening of Mamma Mia! The Movie please visit https://www.visitbostonuk.com/ and buy before 28 August to get the best price.
Please note we will not accept any walk-ins to this event, all tickets must be purchased prior to the event date. We will issue further guidance to ticket holders around Covid-19 Secure Event safety closer to the event. There is no set seating, so you need to bring a blanket or chairs if you do not wish to sit on the grass. You can bring a picnic, snacks, food, etc; snacks, sweets and popcorn. No alcohol can be brought into this event.
Please see the car parking guide for car parks available in Boston. We recommend Cattle Market, Bargate Green or Tunnard Street as close locations for parking to this event http://www.visitbostonuk.com/car-parking/
The screening will go ahead in inclement weather conditions. Customers accept the risk that the weather they consider unsatisfactory may occur on a screening night and acknowledge that tickets will not be refunded or exchanged unless cancelled by the event organisers. In an event where we consider the safety of the audience could be compromised the film may be cancelled at short notice. Tickets will not be refunded for any other reason. Should this event be unable to take place due to Covid all tickets will be refunded.
This event is once again supported by Chattertons Solicitors & Wealth Management.
Cllr David Brown, portfolio holder for tourism, arts and culture, said: “We are extremely excited to be able to put this event on for you after the difficult challenges we have all faced recently. Please following all guidelines put in place by our events team and I hope you enjoy this first event in Boston of 2020.”