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Summer Screens – Open Air Cinema is Back!

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The Country’s’ Best Open Air Cinema is Back!

Summer Screens is back from late June for the summer with events in Reading. Tickets have just been released for all the venues and are on sale now & they are going fast!!!.

There are ten more films down in two locations on the banks of the river Thames between 20th June and 9th September in the beautiful Grade II listed Caversham Court Gardens in Reading. The Films on offer include The Favourite, Green Book and classics such as Forrest Gump.

The venue still Caversham Court Gardens, Reading which is fully seated on a choice of deckchairs, beanbags or cushions. The films are shown in full HD on giant screens and there is a fully licenced bar serving various kinds of drink and cinema food. Advanced booking is advised and most shows sell out and tickets starts from £15.00 with a choice of comfy deckchairs or beanbags to relax on and watch the film.

READING Abbey Ruins
Abbey Street
Reading
RG1 3BA
Doors open: June 7.30pm / August 7pm
Film start: June 9.30pm / August 8.30pm

The Favourite – THURSDAY 20TH JUNE
Interview With The Vampire – FRIDAY 21ST JUNE
Bohemian Rhapsody – SATURDAY 22ND JUNE
A Star is Born – WEDNESDAY 21ST AUGUST
Green Book – THURSDAY 22ND AUGUST
Forrest Gump – FRIDAY 23RD AUGUST


Caversham Court Gardens
Church Road
Caversham
Reading
RG4 7AD
Doors open: 7.30pm
Film start: 9.15pm


Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again – THURSDAY 18TH JULY
Bohemian Rhapsody – FRIDAY 19TH JULY
First Man – SATURDAY 20TH JULY

Please be aware that all guests under 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Unfortunately no children or infants under 5 years old are permitted.

Ticket & Seating Options
For further information on ticket and seating choices, please visit our ticket options page.

Food & Drink
Summer Screens bar is available at all our events and serves a range on alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and cinema snacks including wine, prosecco, craft beers, tea, coffee and popcorn.

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West Reading Window Wanderland 2020 | 29 Feb – 1 Mar 2020

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This will be the second Window Wanderland accross the whole of West Reading.

The idea is to cheer up otherwise dark and cold evenings with fun and light, in the form of decorated windows, and an opportunity for the community to come together. People can walk with neighbours and friends to follow the window trail and explore their neighbourhod in a new light.

Last year, over 40 houses decorated their windows and hundreds of school children decorated their school windows at Wilson Primary, Battle School and Oxford Road Community School. Over one thousand people downloaded the map to follow the magical trail with friends and neighbours.

2020 will be even bigger and brighter. If you would like to find out more, or get involved by decorating your windows at home, at work, at school, at a nursery, at a business or organisation please sign up here and encourage your neighbours to get involved. This works so well if a lots of people take part on a street and then get together to see eachother’s windows. See how one street had fun doing this last year here.

The organisers will again be holding free workshops where they’ll provide materials, tools and people can swap ideas, tips and skills.

West Reading Window Wanderland 2020 | 29 Feb – 1 Mar 2020 from 6pm to 9pm. Please register or sign in to make a window.

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Christmas Lights Switch On in Reading | Broad Street – 16 November

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The lead up to Christmas officially begins in Reading this weekend as the lights are switched on around the town.

Starting from Santa arriving on a motorised bed to light up the town and Broad Street Mall with thousands of Christmas lights, three new trees sparkle at the station, in Broad Street and The Forbury

Music in Broad Street to accompany the Christmas lights switch on:-

Jive Aces 12.30 -2.30 (X Factor finalists)

RASPO (Reading All Steel Percussion Orchestra) 3.00 – 5.00

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Magical Extravaganza | 30 November 2019

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Magical Christmas in Reading – Broad Street & Abbey Ruins

Part of Magical Christmas in Reading, join us for a day of entertainment in Broad Street and a night of music, boat trips, food, light and fireworks in the Abbey Ruins. With music from Ma Bessie, Dat Brass, Avenue and Flamenco Thief, a boat tour from Cast Iron Theatre and a lighting installation from Pif-Paf Theatre, all topped off with fireworks. This is sure to be a night to remember.

The event begins at 12:00 and runs until 18:00.

No alcohol on site. Bag searches will be in operation. 

Please be aware that this is an outdoor event therefore open to the elements.

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