Cheltenham Racecourse is transforming into an outdoor cinema experience this summer

Enjoy film favourites including Grease, Dirty Dancing, Harry Potter and more against a rolling countryside backdrop at Cheltenham Racecourse, this summer 2021.

Experience the magic of movies outside when outdoor cinema experience Hideaway Cinema heads to Cheltenham Racecourse this summer 2021.

From Thursday 15 July to Sunday 18 July 2021, Hideaway Cinema will bring a whole host of films, including The Greatest Showman; Dirty Dancing; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2; The Father; Grease and more, to Cheltenham Racecourse.

Film fans will be able to sit back, relax and enjoy the movies on LED screens set against a rolling countryside backdrop creating a sensational experience.

A full range of classic food options will also be available including gourmet hot dogs, loaded nachos, retro pic-n-mix, popcorn, candy floss and ice cream as well as range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

You can even be treated like the VIP you are and opt for the VIP option which includes a premium director’s chair in a prime location.

Social distancing measures will be in place and tickets start from £12.63.

By Maddy Richards


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Friday 21 May 2021

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