Outdoor cinema at Petworth

Visitors sitting in chairs watching a large screen with a film showing outdoors as the sun sets

Enjoy a summer evening watching a film with friends and family in the beautiful grounds of Petworth's Pleasure Garden.

Friday 19 – Sunday 21 August

Book your tickets to experience outdoor cinema at Petworth. The grounds open at 6:30pm and films will begin showing at 8:30pm on a 30-foot screen in Petworth’s Pleasure Garden. No seating is provided, please bring your own chair and blanket.

Films showing

Romeo + Juliet, Friday 19 August - Book Here

Based on William Shakespeare’s classic play, this blockbuster adaptation of two star-crossed lovers by Baz Luhrmann stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes. Rated 12A.

Cyrano, Saturday 20 August - Book Here

This dazzling musical is a new take on a timeless tale that follows a love triangle involving Cyrano de Bergerac, Roxanne and Christian. Directed by Joe Wright, Peter Dinklage, Haley Bennett and Kelvin Harrison Jr. star. Rated 12A.

Encanto, Sunday 21 August - Book Here

This Disney film is a musical, animated adventure where in the mountains of Columbia, magical family the Madrigals face a sinister threat and it is up to daughter Mirabel, the only child with no magical gift, to save them. The film features songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda and is directed by Jared Bush and Byron Howard. Rated U.


Adult £15, Child £7.50

Adult: hot dog, crisps and soft drink £21.50 

Child: hot dog, crisps and soft drink £14

Adult: hot dog, crisps and wine £25.50

Vegetarian sausage option available, please specify when booking. 

Food and drink

Ice creams, snacks and drinks will be available to purchase on the night. Hot dogs are by pre-booking only by purchasing one of the above tickets. 

Petworth's Pleasure Garden

The main car park opens at 6:30pm so you can explore the garden and choose your seating spot before the film begins showing at 8:30pm. 

The garden at Petworth was designed by ‘Capability’ Brown (c.1715-16 - 1783) during the latter half of the 18th century. Brown introduced serpentine paths, around woodland, meadows and formal planting. In summer, the garden is a peaceful oasis where roses, dahlias and wildflowers bloom. 

Summer in the garden at Petworth
A formal border of flowers with purple and red and green blooms stands in front of the edge of Petworth House with white framed windows
Summer in the garden at Petworth