Saturday 4 May, 7pm – 11pm

Visit Wandlebury Country Park over the May Bank Holiday for an alfresco viewing of Queen’s greatest hit, Bohemian Rhapsody.
If you’re wondering what’s on in Cambridge over May weekend and are looking to fill your itinerary with some outdoor fun, then put this event to the top of your ‘things to do’ list.Open air cinema company, The Star & Mouse shall be screening this new blockbuster in the grounds of Wandlebury Country Park to the film-fans of Cambridge and beyond. Gates for this event will open from 7pm giving movie-goers plenty of time to get parked up, find a seat, grab a drink or three from the bar and soak up the atmosphere before the film begins at nightfall. For the earlier arrivers there’ll be time to enjoy the delights of the parkland and indulge in the added extras such as live music and giant garden games before snuggling underneath the stars to watch this award winning tale in action. For the hungry foodies amongst you, hot delights will be served from the Star & Mouse’s pop-up kitchen at 7pm. It’s a good idea to wrap up warm and take a blanket to snuggle underneath. This is a dog friendly event and we welcome your four-legged friends.

Film Synopsis: The story of the legendary rock band Queen and lead singer Freddie Mercury, leading up to their famous performance at Live Aid (1985).

Starring Rami Malek and Lucy Boynton Age Rating: 12A Doors: 7pm Film: Nightfall. Please note: All food must be purchased on site - picnics are not permitted.

Tickets from £10 per adult, Children £8

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