Open-air cinema – Friday 3rd June

Potten End Jubilee Festival’s open-air cinema is proud to present –

At 3pm, Disney’s ‘Encanto’

At 7pm, Bohemian Rhapsody

As at 1 June tickets for Encanto are sold out – by all means register for returns but please don’t come to the sports field unless you have a confirmed ticket.

Doors open at 2pm
Doors open at 6pm

At the Potten End Sports Field, HP4 2QZ

Tickets cost £7 for adults and £3 for children in advance, £10/£5 on the door. There will be a licensed bar, also selling soft drinks, a barbeque and delicious sweet treats all available on site.

Food and drink at the cinema

Barbeque - burgers, hot dogs, vegetarian options from 1st Potten End Scouts with profits going towards the scouts.

Licensed bar and soft drinks from Potten End Cricket Club with profits going toward the Cricket Club.

Coffee, cake and cookies from Mabel's table.

Ice cream - the finest Gelato Italian style ice cream from Elsie's Ices served from a beautiful vintage ice cream van.

Chocolate & popcorn - Yvette's Chocolate will be selling paper cones with shards of chocolate, brownies, hot chocolate and milkshakes and popcorn.

Sweets - Sammy's Sweets will be selling a variety of sweet treats from a converted horse box with a percentage of profits going to Teenage Cancer Trust and Sarcoma UK which supported Sammy Domer, a 20 yr old Berkhamsted resident who died in 2021 from a rare form of cancer.

Please note that doors open 1 hour before the films start and that the films will start promptly; we won’t be running trailers or adverts!

Don’t forget to bring your tickets with you either using the eventbrite app or by printing them in advance. If you’re purchasing tickets on the door we will accept card payments or cash but cannot guarantee that change will be available so please bring the right change.

Having originally said that there would be no parking near the cinema, because of the demand for tickets as of 24th May we’ve decided to open the festival car park at the end of Plough Lane for cinema goers from 2pm; please don’t park in the nearby streets.

No seats are provided, so please bring something to sit on.

Please don’t bring any glass; this is a sports field, there is a cricket match being played on the Saturday and we’d rather not be picking up broken glass after you’ve left!

The film will proceed even if it rains; come prepared – but don’t bring anything like umbrellas or gazebos that might obstruct people sitting behind you!