Watch a film under the stars in North Wales this Summer


Starry Night Cinema has launched its 2015 Open Air Cinema Season.

Providing an  opportunity for the people of North Wales and visitors to the principality to watch a classic movie in the grounds of either two of Wales’s finest Castle’s or in majestic gardens overlooking Cardigan Bay.

The venues for this first season of outdoor movies are Beaumaris Castle in Anglesey, Caernarfon Castle, and the Plas Glyn y Weddw open air theatre in Llandbedrog.

The screenings include blockbusters and cult classics. The season commences with Les Miserables at Caernarfon Castle on July 29, followed by The Imitation Game, Mamma Mia, The Dark Knight and Back to the Future, with the season ending with Grease on August 22 at Beaumaris Castle.

Each movie starts 15 minutes after dusk, which falls at approximately 9pm at this time of year, giving visitors a chance of a unique view of the Castles at night.

However, doors are open from 7pm on each evening to allow moviegoers time to enjoy the hot food and drinks available or to bring picnics and enjoy them in the grounds.

Starry Night Movies have teamed up with ‘Anglesey Hog Roast’ to put on a Hog Roast at the Caernarfon and Beuamaris events, while Llandbedrog Art Gallery Cafe will be providing a special Pulled Pork Picnic at the Open Air Theatre.

Starry Night Movie founder Elliot Millar-Mills said: ‘It’s been an exciting experience putting together the programme with the co-operation of the Venues and we are are thrilled to be working with both CADW and The Oriel Gallery.’

Tickets are £12 for Adults and £8 for concessions with a £30 family ticket (2 adults & 2 concessions).

Further information about the films and the venues along with advance tickets are available from our web site at


Movie Programme Details