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Winner of Two Golden Globes : Best Motion Picture Drama & Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Drama and Winner of Two BAFTA Film Awards : Best Leading Actor and Best Sound plus 5 Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best Actor.
Bohemian Rhapsody is the extraordinary story of Freddie Mercury, who became one of the most beloved entertainers in the world as Queen’s lead singer and legendary frontman.
The only thing more remarkable than their music was his story, as he defied conventions and stereotypes on his meteoric rise to super-stardom. But as his personal life spiralled out of control, it threatened to tear the band apart at the height of their success.
Rami Malek takes up the mic as Freddie Mercury in ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, a thrilling celebration of Queen and an exploration of their musical legacy.
This film contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect customers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.
We will be showing the film on 10M wide screen - bring a blanket, bring a picnic, bring your friends and join us for a magical evening under the stars. A limited range of food and drink will be available during the evening, but you are welcome to bring a picnic. Please note that as a condition of our licence we cannot allow any alcohol to be brought into the main arena.
Doors will open at 6.30pm with a DJ will be on stage for the first couple of hours. The film starts at 8.30pm (running time is 2 hours and 14 minutes).
We have a limited number of tickets available for this screening and they can only be purchased online through the Chilfest website.
A number of VIP tickets will be on sale – these tickets include an entrance ticket, luxury loo pass, 1 bag of popcorn and a seat on one of our deckchairs in a prime cordoned off area at the front of the field.
Adult ticket £14
Child ticket £10 – (aged 16 or under)
Family ticket £38 – (2 adults – 2 Children)
VIP ticket - £26.00
Luxury Loo Pass - £7.00
Bohemian Rhapsody is rated as 12A which means the film will include moderate sex references, drug references & infrequent strong language.
12A means that the BBFC have classified the film unsuitable for children under 12. However, they may still watch the film, so long as they are accompanied by someone over 18 at all times during the showing. Advice is given regarding the content of the film and the ADULT must decide if it is appropriate for the accompanying under 12. Please note: proof of age may be required.