Summer is approaching and with the warmer weather comes a whole host of exciting outdoor screen opportunities for film enthusiasts in Birmingham. From cult classics to the latest Oscar-winning epics, there is something for everyone to sit back and watch under the stars.

Pulp Fiction Film Night

Lightwoods House

 Saturday 25th May at 8.00pm

To mark the 25th anniversary of its release, Pulp Fiction will be shown in the marquee at Lightwoods House, Adkins Lane. Attendees are invited to dress up as their favourite character from the film, and ticket prices include a Big Kahuna Burger, fries and a $5 shake. A bar is also available.

Tickets cost £20.00 per person and the showing is for over 18’s only.

For more information, visit here

(Image: Lightwoods Park and House)

 

Bohemian Rhapsody Outdoor Cinema

Pickwick Hall

Saturday 15th June at 7.00pm

An outdoor screening of Bohemian Rhapsody under the stars with Open Air Film and Chill takes place at Pickwick Hall, Moseley in June. Guests are invited to bring their own chairs and blankets as you watch the Oscar-winning celebration of Queen and their extraordinary frontman, Freddie Mercury. Entrance starts from 7.00pm and the film will start as soon as natural daylight has gone. Parking and toilets are available on site.

Tickets start from £14.00 per person, and age restrictions apply in accordance with the film rating.

To purchase tickets, visit here

(Image: Pickwick Hall)

 

Brindleyplace Film Festival

Brindleyplace

15th – 21st July

Voting is now open to shortlist the films that will be shown at the annual Brindleyplace film festival. With family favourites including Shrek, Annie (2014), Dreamgirls, Footloose and The Greatest Showman to choose from, this year’s festival promises to include something for all the family!

To vote for your favourites, visit here

(Image: Brindleyplace)

Mamma Mia

Tudor Grange Park

Friday 26th July at 7.30pm

Solihull’s Open Air Cinema is hosting a showing of ABBA musical Mamma Mia at Tudor Grange Park. With live tribute band – Abba Arrival – performing after the screening, 20 different food vendors and licensed bars available, this promises to be an exciting event for ABBA fans of any age! Gates open at 5.45pm and the film starts at 7.30pm. Please note that own food and drink is not permitted.

Discounted Early Bird tickets are available until 12th May.

To purchase tickets, visit here

 

Birmingham Botanical Gardens Open Air Cinema

August and September

Various times

Throughout August and September, Birmingham Botanical Gardens will be showing a number of outdoor screenings of fabulous films.

15th August: Grease (8.30pm – 11.00pm)

16th August: Bohemian Rhapsody (8.30pm – 11.00pm)

17th August: Jurassic Park (8.30pm – 11.00pm)

11th September: A Star is Born (8.15pm – 11.00pm)

12th September: Pulp Fiction (8.15pm – 11.00pm)

13th September: Mamma Mia: Here we Go Again (8.15pm – 11.00pm)

All guests under 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Unfortunately, no children or infants under 5 years old are permitted. A Summer Screens bar is available at all their film events and serves a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and cinema snacks including wine, prosecco, craft beers, tea, coffee and popcorn.

To find out more, visit here

(Image: Birmingham Botanical Gardens)