Today: May 24, 2024

Disney Comes to Hyde Park

As the school year begins to wind down and the parks begin to fill up for a (hopefully) sunny summer holiday, London’s Hyde Park in association with Sky Movies will be screening a week of family favourites as part of its British Summer Time Hyde Park programme.

Choose from a selection of Disney and Pixar’s finest as a selection of animation, drama and adventure plays on a specially raised high quality screen with wireless headphones for an ideal way to combine cinema and summer.

Each day from Monday the 8th of July to Thursday the 11th of July, a 10:30 am breakfast screening will commence, followed by one at lunchtime and then an after school animation and an evening special. The final slot on the closing night is reserved for audiences to vote for what they’d like to watch, with the choices being The Muppets, Wreck-It-Ralph, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and Toy Story 3. Voting details can be found on bst-hydepark.com.

There is a fee of £3.50 for all screenings to cover booking fees and the hire of wireless headphones. You can buy tickets HERE and find the full programme below:

Monday 8 July:
10.30am – Disney Junior and more
1.00pm – The Help
4.30pm – Tangled (Main Picture)
7.30pm – Oz the Great and Powerful

Tuesday 9 July:
10.30am – Disney Junior and more
1.00pm – Mary Poppins
4.30pm – The Incredibles
7.30pm – Pirates of the Caribbean

Wednesday 10 July:
10.30am – Disney Junior and more
1.00pm – Wall-E
4.30pm – Finding Nemo
7.30pm – Avengers Assemble

Thursday 11 July:
10.30am – Disney Junior and more
1.00pm – War Horse
4.30pm – The Jungle Book Sing-Along
7.30pm – THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE

Disney Comes to Hyde Park runs from the 8th-11th July.

Beth Webb - Events Editor

I aim to bring you a round up of the best film events in the UK, no matter where you are or what your preference. For live coverage of events across London, follow @FilmJuice

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