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The Moving Cinema to return to Sudbury in Kingfisher Leisure Centre car park at end of February, showing films including Ferrari, Wonka and Poor Things





A popular mobile cinema will return to a Suffolk town at the end of the month.

Abbeygate Cinema has teamed up with Sudbury Town Council once again to bring The Moving Cinema back to the Kingfisher Leisure Centre car park in the town.

The purpose built, 100-seater movie theatre, which is in the form of a HGV, was last parked up at the leisure centre in November.

The Moving Cinema will return to Sudbury in the Kingfisher Leisure Centre car park at the end of February. Picture: Abbeygate Cinema/The Moving Cinema
The Moving Cinema will return to Sudbury in the Kingfisher Leisure Centre car park at the end of February. Picture: Abbeygate Cinema/The Moving Cinema

Several high-profile films will be on offer including Ferrari, starring Adam Driver and Penelope Cruz, One Life and Poor Things, which recently scooped several Oscar nominations, including for its lead actress Emma Stone.

Chris Peters, associate manager of The Moving Cinema, said: “We’re delighted to have the opportunity to return to Sudbury with our mobile cinema, and we have another great line up of films to offer.

“Our mobile cinema is fully heated and air conditioned, has full digital projection and surround sound, and of course is fully accessible.”

The mobile cinema is fully heated, air conditioned and fully accessible. Picture: Abbeygate Cinema/The Moving Cinema
The mobile cinema is fully heated, air conditioned and fully accessible. Picture: Abbeygate Cinema/The Moving Cinema

The cinema will be in the leisure centre car park from February 20 to 25.

A selection of family-friendly hits will also be on offer, including Wonka, starring Timothee Chalamet, Wish and Migration.

Patrons are strongly advised to book after the cinema’s last visit to the town had a strong turnout, in which several shows were completely full.

Babergh District Council and Kingfisher Leisure Centre are also supporting the visit.

Tickets are priced at £8.50 for adults, £6.50 for concessions and £4.50 for children.