Rescheduled Cambridge drive-in cinema screenings at Trumpington Park & Ride
PUBLISHED: 15:44 24 August 2020 | UPDATED: 15:44 24 August 2020
Rescheduled film screenings have been announced for the Cambridge drive-in festival at Trumpington Park and Ride after bad weather forced Friday night’s movies to be cancelled.
The first weekend of the drive-in cinema event went extremely well, according to organisers, and quite a few shows were sold out.
However, Cambridge Film Projects had to cancel Friday evening’s screenings for health and safety reasons due to the high winds.
The team behind the film festival have rescheduled the movies to be screened on an extra day.
Film-goers can now enjoy both BlacKkKlansman and A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood on the evening of Thursday, August 27.
Rescheduled ticket sales are now live and the website – www.cambridgedrivein.uk – has been updated with the new screening times.
In addition to the extra day on Thursday, the weekend also includes:
• Friday, August 28
8.25pm: Parasite (end 10.35pm)
8.40pm: Selma (end 10.40pm)
• Saturday, August 29
8.30pm: Joker (end 10.30pm)
8.35pm: Onward (end 10.15pm)
• Sunday, August 30
8.15pm: Call Me By Your Name (end 10.30pm)
8.30pm: Snowpiercer (end 10.40pm)
• August Bank Holiday Monday, August 31
8.30pm: 2001: A Space Odyssey (end 10.59pm)
8.40pm: Cinema Paradiso (end 10.45pm).
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