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Mon, 22 Mar


Dinton Pastures Country Park

OPEN AIR CINEMA - Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) (1)

Open Air Cinema with Dinton Pastures Country Park and GO CINEMAS

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OPEN AIR CINEMA  - Bohemian Rhapsody (12A)  (1)
OPEN AIR CINEMA  - Bohemian Rhapsody (12A)  (1)

Time & Location

22 Mar 2021, 18:00 – 22:00

Dinton Pastures Country Park, Davis St, Hurst, Wokingham RG10 0TH, UK

About This Screening

Tickets are now on sale

For bookings visit:

Adult £13.95 / Concession* £8.95 / Under 5’s go Free

10% Group Discount (4 or more tickets purchased during the same transaction).

*Concession (under 18 / over 65).

Doors open at 6pm with the film starting at 9pm (subject to darkness).


The outdoor cinema events will be run in line with the Government’s COVID-secure guidance, which enables venues to host large events where safety measures are adhered to. The Dinton Pastures team have implemented a series of precautions to ensure the wellbeing of guests.

In addition, to ensure guests can safely social distance, this year food or drinks vendors will not be permitted on site and instead attendees are asked to bring their own picnic.

The cinema screen has also moved to the plateau on Lea Heath, to give ample room for people to spread out. Toilets will operate a one in, one out system and we will be asking people to use the hand sanitiser provided on arrival. We would also encourage cinema-goers to download the Ringo app in order to pay for their parking remotely.

To ensure guests safety, ticket holders will be given a scheduled arrival time which they must adhere to. This will ensure there are minimal queues at entry and will ensure everyone can safely social distance. Further details and time slot will be emailed to attendees one week before their chosen film.

Please note, all film start times are subject to darkness.

A full list of dates and times:

  • 1 August: The Greatest Showman, film starts at 9:20pm
  • 15 August: Dirty Dancing, film starts at 9pm
  • 22 August: Bohemian Rhapsody, film starts at 9pm
  • 29 August: Toy Story 4, film, starts at 8:30pm

To book online, please head to the Dinton Pastures website.

What time will the film start?

We can usually screen 30 minutes after sunset.

Can we bring food and drink?

Feel free to being your own food and drink (No glass or BBQ's)

Can I bring my dog?

Absolutely, dogs are welcome, but please keep them on a short lead at all times. We kindly ask that if they can’t contain their excitement for the film that you take them for a walk so not to disturb other people watching the film. Please clean up and be a responsible owner.

Do we need to bring our own seats?

Yes, please do bring your camping chairs or picnic blankets etc. Seating is not provided

What should I wear?

Please dress warm, consider waterproof clothing if showers are likely. Please be considerate to other viewers with regards to the use of umbrellas and pop up shelters. If you’re you are obstructing the view of others we may ask you to relocate to the side or back, or take that shelter down. Don’t forget it will be dark, so please bring a small pocket torch with you to help find your way back to your car. Fancy dress is absolutely welcome!

Will the film be cancelled if it rains?

We will continue in the rain, however for safety reasons we may have to cancel in high winds, lighting and or thunderstorms. If the event runs, and you decide not to attend you will not be eligible for a refund.

We understand that cancelling an event can be a huge inconvenience for both participants and ourselves, however your safety is paramount. We will reschedule the event at no extra charge to you.

We strongly recommend that you contact us via our website or Facebook page before you depart for your activity if the weather looks uncertain, however please be aware weather conditions on the day can change quickly and the event can still be cancelled after the event has started should the activity be deemed unsafe.

Will we get a refund if the event is cancelled?

We reserve the right to cancel or reschedule any activity for the following reasons: Adverse environmental conditions such as: electrical storms, high winds, algal blooms, frozen waters, equipment breakages, instructor sickness, insufficient uptake or extra ordinary circumstances out of our control

Rescheduled events will be re-allocated up to 6 months from the date of your original activity. If you can’t make the re-scheduled date then a gift voucher will be issued.

Cash refunds will not be available; however the customer will be issued with a gift voucher, of equal value. The gift voucher can be used to re-book onto any course, activity or event of their choice at Dinton Pastures Country Park. Gift vouchers will have maximum expiration date of 365 days from the date of issue.

Arrival, Admission & Allocation of Spaces

You can arrive any time from 6pm to enjoy the sunset, food and drink.

Seating locations work on a first come first serve basis, so we suggest you arrive early. We can make reasonable adjustments for those who require specific access or viewing requirements upon request at the time of booking.

If you arrive late you will be allocated a space by the stewards so to minimise the disturbance to the other viewers.

Only customers with a valid and in date ticket and wristband will be allowed to enter or remain in the event area to watch the performance. You are also requested to check that no omissions have been made to the ticket prior to arrival.

Are tickets available on the door?

Tickets will be available to purchase on the door, should there be any left to sell. It is likely for tickets to sell out in advance so we suggest you check with us prior to arriving to save disappointment. On the door ticket sales will be via card payment only.

Can I bring my children?

The British Board of Film Classification provides a classification for the film that is being shown. We are legally obliged to refuse admission under the film classification to any individual that is under the minimum age for the broadcast in question. Proof of age may also be requested on admission, so please bring ID. Any child under the age of 16 being allowed to watch a film after 7pm is legally required to be with a parent or guardian who is over the age of 18, at all times.

IF THIS  film is rated PG – General Viewing but some scenes may be unsuitable to young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Parents must consider whether the content is suitable for their child. All children must be accompanied at our events anyway.

IF THIS film is rated at 12A – The content is not generally suitable for children aged under 12. Adults planning to take a child under 12 to view a 12A film should consider whether the film is suitable for that child.  All children must be accompanied at our events anyway.

Can event staff ask people to leave?

Yes, this is a private event on a permissive access site and we will refuse entry or request people leave if there is a breach of the rules or display of unbecoming behaviour.

Anyone who is asked to leave site must do so with immediate effect and no refunds will be given. Physical and verbal abuse towards our staff will not be tolerate and police will be called should there be any issues.

No illegal substances, weapons are allowed on site at any time. If you are intoxicated, you will be asked to leave the showing (no refund will be issued and police may be called).

Mobile devices should remain off or put on silent before the film start.

No glass will be allowed at the event.

Random bag searches at point of entry and within the event area may be undertaken. Refusal to permit to search will result in removal from the event area.

What do we do after the film has finished?

Don’t forget we are on a countryside site - please take your litter home and recycle.

Please take your time when leaving the cinema green and use your pocket torch to help navigate your way back to the path. On leaving the car park, please be considerate to pedestrians, other motorists and our neighbours, by leaving quietly and driving slowly.

What if l leave something behind?

It is the participant’s responsibility to ensure that they are in possession of their personal belongings following their experience.

Lost property will be collated each evening (if found) and every effort will be made to cross reference any labelled items with event participants (should be booking name be the same) and contact will be attempted with the owner. Lost property will be kept for two weeks. Non-valuables will be recycled or donated to charity. Valuables will be given to the police. No refunds will be given for any lost property.

How to Find Us / Pay & Display Car Parking

We have six car parks spread out around the multiple entrances to the park. Please ensure you use the main car park, situated off of Davis Street (RG10 0TH) for this event and follow the event signs to the cinema event area, which will be situated near the Dragonfly Café.

Pay & Display car parking charges apply daily between 6am and 10pm daily.

Car parking is not included in the cinema tickets so make sure you pay and display when you arrive. The car par is managed by Wokingham Borough Council and enforcements are in place.

Parking is £1.50 per hour or £6 for 4+ hours.

The main car park gate will remain open a little later than the signed 10pm, especially for this event. Please leave promptly as any cars left in the car park after the event organisers have cleared up and packed down, will be locked in and subject to an unlocking fee.


Who do I contact for more information?

Look online:

Drop us an email:

Give us a call: 0118 9344 424

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