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Back To the Future with Al Fresco Film

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Outdoor Cinema

Crank up the Flux Capacitor, pour out a glass of plutonium and floor the DeLorean until you hit 88mph at the amazing DISH at Harwell street food and drink venue at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus near Didcot; it’s time to go Back to the Future!

Seating Types: Premium Deckchair Seats – reserved deckchairs ready and waiting for your arrival, with blankets in premium positions close to the screen.

Standard Entry Tickets – please bring your own low-backed camping chairs, picnic rugs, deckchairs or similar.

Food and Drink: the screening will take place right alongside DiSH, Harwell’s incredible street food and drink destination, offering up a wide variety of menus from across the globe and a well-stocked bar. Discover more about DiSH HERE

Parking: there is a limited amount of parking on-site at the Ridgeway car park. Please follow signage and steward directions on arrival.

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