Photo © Marcin Jędrzejczak

Open-air Cinema To Return To Grabiszyńska Depot

On Friday evenings during the holiday season film lovers can catch some classic movies in front of the history museum at the old Grabiszyńska bus depot.

The series of films under the stars begins on July 7th with the Oscar-winning 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' and finishes on August 18th with a movie to be chosen by a public vote. Entrance at all of the screenings is of course free.

The organisers will have lounge chairs and blankets for the audiences' comfort and there is parking space for 100 cars on site too.

The list of screenings is as follows (all start at 21.30):

July 7 | The Grand Budapest Hotel 

July 14 | Goodbye Lenin

July 21 | The King's Speech 

July 28 | Midnight in Paris 

August 4 | La grande bellezza

August 11 | Some Like It Hot

August 18 | screening to be chosen by public vote
 

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