Outdoor Movies in the Park – No parking on local estates


To walk or use public transport if you are coming to Outdoor Movies in the Park.

You cannot consume alcohol at the Outdoor Movie events.

There is limited parking for the 2pm and 4.30pm Movies in the College Road car park in Marlay Park.

To not park in local estates, on roads, grass verges or in other off site car parks.


20th &21st August






Outdoor Movies in the Park is back in Marlay Park on the weekend of Saturday August 20th and Sunday August 21st 2016. Thanks to everyone who voted for either Grease, Mamma Mia or The Blues Brothers in our Facebook poll to choose the 7pm movie on Saturday August 20th.

Grease got the most votes so we will be showing it and these other great movies at these times on our giant 646 square foot High Definition LED screen:

Saturday August 20th

2pm                  How to Train your Dragon          (PG)     1hr 38mins

4.30pm             Inside Out                                    (PG)     1hr 35mins

7pm                  Grease                                          (PG)     1hr 50mins


Sunday 21st August 

2pm                  Minions                                     (PG)     1hr 31mins

4.30pm             Tangled                                     (PG)     1hr 40mins

7pm                  Sleepless in Seattle                   (PG)     1hr 45 mins


As usual, all screenings will be free of charge with no admission charge or ticket required.

Great movies, in high definition widescreen with excellent sound will transform the lush grass of Marlay Park into an outdoor cinema for one weekend only.

The backdrop for the giant movie screen will be the magnificent Marlay House and with some sunshine the event will be an unmissable experience.

Filmgoers are welcome to bring picnics and blankets for a great family day out. Movie treats will be available for purchase throughout the event.

dlr COCO Market will be open from 10am to 4pm on Saturday and 11am to 4pm on Sunday. Some market vendors will be open until late on Saturday and Sunday.

It’s going to be a movie lover’s weekend.