Outdoor cinema at Sudeley Castle

From cult classics to new releases, grab the popcorn and enjoy an outdoor cinema experience at Sudeley Castle this July 2021.

By Zoe Gater  |  Published
Discover outdoor cinema at Sudeley Castle this July 2021, celebrating 10 years Summer Screens.
Discover outdoor cinema at Sudeley Castle this July 2021, celebrating 10 years Summer Screens.

Movie fans can catch their favourite films on the big screen when Summer Screens comes to Sudeley Castle, celebrating 10 years of outdoor cinema this July 2021.

From Wednesday 28 to Friday 30 July 2021, guests can enjoy a series of outdoor film screenings on the picturesque grounds – with the chance to bring along their own picnic to snack on, too.

In The Heights at Sudeley Castle

On Wednesday 28 July 2021, guests can look forward to In The Heights, a brand-new release from the creators of Hamilton and Crazy Rich Asians. Likeable bodega owner Usnavi lives a frugal life, saving every penny from his daily grind as he dreams and sings of a better life for himself.

Pulp Fiction at Sudeley Castle

Film buffs can kick back and relax as cult classic Pulp Fiction comes to the outdoor screen on Thursday 29 July 2021. Following the lives of two mob hitmen, a boxer, a gangster and his wife, as well as a pair of diner bandits, guests can witness four tales of violence and redemption. Certified 18, this won’t be one to bring the kids along to.

Dirty Dancing at Sudeley Castle

A more family-friendly screening, the classic Dirty Dancing will be shown on Friday 30 July 2021 – the outdoor cinema’s final day in the beautiful Cotswold grounds. Movie-goers will have the time of their lives watching Baby and Johnny fall in love and performing the last big dance of the summer.

For more information, visit sudeleycastle.co.uk/events/outdoor-cinema.

By Zoe Gater


Summer Screens at Sudeley Castle


Wednesday 28 to Friday 30 July 2021


From 7.30pm


Tickets cost £10.50 for under 18s, £15 for general entry and £45 for a family ticket.

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