Regal Picturehouse

Pop-Up Returns To Mill Meadows, Henley-on-Thames

Regal Picturehouse presents two weekends of fantastic films in the great outdoors. Mill Meadows will once again be the place to enjoy lovely long summer nights watching films under the stars. Don’t miss out!

Screenings will take place around 9.30, or as soon as it becomes dark. You are invited to arrive early, relax and enjoy a drink in the beautiful riverside surroundings. Gates will open at 7.00.

Venue: The Pavilion, Meadows Road, Henley-on-Thames RG9 1BF. Terms of admission apply.


Friday 17 July, 9.30

Mamma Mia! (PG)

Director: Phyllida Lloyd. Starring: Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Julie Walters. USA/UK/Germany 2008. 104 mins.

Mamma Mia! brings the timeless lyrics and melodies of iconic supergroup ABBA and the worldwide smash stage hit to the big screen: a celebration of mothers and daughters, old friends, and new family found.

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Saturday 18 July, 9.30

Dirty Dancing (12A)

Director: Emile Ardolino. Starring: Jennifer Grey, Patrick Swayze. USA 1987. 104 mins.

Nobody puts Baby in a corner! In this rock ’n’ roll treat, teenager Baby Houseman goes on holiday with her parents and gets swept off her feet by a dance instructor.

Contains moderate sex references.

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Sunday 19 July, 9.30

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG)

Director: John Madden. Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Richard Gere. UK/USA 2015. 122 mins.

In this splendidly entertaining sequel, the Marigold’s co-manager Sonny (Dev Patel) plans to open a second hotel, while permanent residents and hopeless romantics Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Celia Imrie and Maggie Smith get involved in intriguing subplots.

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Friday 24 July, 9.30

Ghostbusters (12A)

Director: Ivan Reitman. Starring: Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver. USA 1984. 105 mins.

When throngs of nightmarish apparitions descend on New York City, the Ghostbusters charge up their proton packs and send the slimy menaces back to whence they came. Who ya gonna call?

Contains moderate sex references.

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Saturday 25 July, 9.30

Top Gun (12A)

Director: Tony Scott. Starring: Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis, Val Kilmer. USA 1986. 109 mins.

Maverick (Cruise) aspires to be top gun at the Top Gun, the US Navy Fighters Weapons School in San Diego. Maverick climbs the ladder of fly-boy success and falls in love with his aeronautics instructor.

Contains one use of strong language and moderate sex and sex references.

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Sunday 26 July, 9.30

The Theory of Everything (12A)

Director: James Marsh. Starring: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones, Maxine Peake. UK 2014. 123 mins.

This profound and moving film tells the true story the romance between Jane Wilde (Jones) and Stephen Hawking (Redmayne) in 1960s Cambridge, and of how they faced up to his motor neurone disease.

Contains brief sexualised images and mild bad language.

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Terms And Conditions: No Members’ free tickets. No dogs. No smoking. Pop-Up is a fully licensed and catered event; strictly no outside food or drinks are permitted. Seating is unallocated and on a first-come, first-served basis. Bum Box seating will be available for purchase. Own seating must not restrict viewing by others. Entry is on presentation of a booking reference code, e-ticket or printed ticket. Only if a film is cancelled or terminated due to bad weather or other instances of force majeure will refunds be made; in this event we will endeavour to contact all ticket holders as soon as possible. Picturehouse Terms of Admission apply.

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