NT Dunham Massey

Encircled by its protective wall, Dunham Massey is an oasis nestling between the urban sprawl of Manchester and rural tranquillity of Cheshire.



Grease (PG)

29th August

Grease Is The Word!

Sandy, a wholesome exchange student (Olivia Newton John) and leather clad Danny, enjoy their summer nights romance but can their relationship handle the hard glare of the 1950s high school. It’s Pink Ladies, T Birds and Greased Lightning in this rock n roll musical.

USA 1978 / 111 mins
Dir: Randal Kleiser

Family Friendly   A family friendly film

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Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again

Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again (PG)

30th August

Everyone is back for more ABBA inspired song and dance numbers! 

When Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) discovers she is pregnant, she delves into a quest of discovery into her mother Donna’s (Meryl Streep and Lily James) past experiencing the fun that she had with her three possible dads (Pierce Brosnan/Jeremy Irvine, Colin Firth/Hugh Skinner and Stellan Skarsgard/Josh Dylan). And this time Grandma is visiting as Cher joins the stellar cast as Grandmother.

UK/USA 2018 / 135 mins
Dir: Ollie Parker 

Family Friendly   A family friendly film

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Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody (12A)

31st August

This foot stomping biopic is a romp through the years leading up to Queen’s career rejuvenating performance at 1985’s Live Aid.

Following the meteoric rise of the band through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound, their near implosion as Mercury’s lifestyle spirals out of control, and their triumphant Live Aid reunion. There Mercury, facing the battle for his life with his HIV diagnosis, leads the band to a performance that cements their legacy. Rami Malek (Mr Robot) dons the moustache as Freddie Mercury with Joseph Mazzello as John Deacon, Ben Hardy as Roger Taylor and Gwilym Lee as Brian May. Ably supported by Mike Myers, Aidan Gillen and Tom Hollander.

USA/UK 2018 / 134 mins
Dir: Dexter Fletcher


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NT Dunham Massey

Encircled by its protective wall, Dunham Massey is an oasis nestling between the urban sprawl of Manchester and rural tranquillity of Cheshire.

Dunham is home to one of Britain’s finest gardens, with plenty of scent and colour to delight the senses.


WA14 4SJ

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This is an outdoor performance, please bring a chair or rug with you as there is no formal seating and please dress for the weather.



By Train

Altrincham 3 miles; Hale 3 miles

By Road

from Altrincham and Warrington, stops at main gates


200 yards. Please show your event booking at the car park for free parking.


On Site Access

• Designated mobility parking spaces are available in main car park. If you have access requirements please call the property on 0161 941 1025.

• Accessible grounds, flat paths with firm surfaces. Cobbled area which can be avoided, map available at visitor reception

• Accessible toilets on site in the nearby stables block

• Seating is not provided so please bring your own low backed seating or picnic blankets

• Please dress warmly and bring wet weather clothing

• Assistance dogs only in the garden



Outdoor Screenings

Screenings will still go ahead in inclement weather conditions and are never cancelled more than 12 hours ahead of the screening time as the weather can change rapidly.

We advise customers to bring waterproofs if needed and dress for the Great British Summer! For more information please see our FAQs page.


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