Moonlight Flicks – Wonder Woman 1984

Spend an evening under the stars with Wonder Woman against the background of Chesters beautiful Cathedral

Storyhouse’s Moonlight Flicks returns this summer with the largest and longest open-air season of cinema to date.

This evenings showing is the incredible Wonder Woman 1984 – the ultimate female heroine.

Set in 1984, after saving the world in the original Wonder Woman, the immortal Amazon warrior, Princess Diana of Themyscira, finds herself trying to stay under the radar, working as an archaeologist at the Smithsonian Museum. With the memory of the brave U.S. pilot, Captain Steve Trevor, etched on her mind, Diana Prince becomes embroiled in a sinister conspiracy of global proportions when a transparent, golden-yellow citrine gemstone catches the eye of the power-hungry entrepreneur, Maxwell Lord. Now, as a dear old friend from the past miraculously enters the picture, and Barbara Minerva, Diana’s insecure gemologist colleague gives in to desire, suddenly, deceit, greed, and false promises catapult Maxwell into the limelight. More and more, cataclysmic events push the world to the brink, and emotionally vulnerable Diana must address a cruel dilemma. Can mighty Wonder Woman save humankind once again?

Tickets go on sale to Storyhouse Members today and on general sale from 4 May. Membership is £4 a month and members enjoy a range of benefits as well as supporting the work of Storyhouse. It can be cancelled at any time. 

From £8.50
Event Website 01244 409113
  • The Dean’s Field (formerly Chester Falconry)
    Chester Cathedral
    Chester
    CH1 2DY

24th July

At Deans Field Chester

Moonlight Flicks Open Air Cinema and Moonlight Drive Drive-In Cinema, Chester. The perfect Open Air Experience to enjoy with your nearest and dearest. Located in one of the most picturesque spots in the city centre with our beautiful cathedral for a backdrop. Pre order delicious pizza and movie snacks to complete your movie night under the stars.

Moonlight Flicks at Dean’s Field is located at:
The Dean’s Field (formerly Chester Falconry)
Chester Cathedral
Chester, CH1 2DY

Directions to The Dean’s Field on foot:
From Town Hall Square: Walk through Abbey Archway (next to the Co Op Bank) and across Abbey Square.  Follow Abbey Street down to the city wall and turn left. The Dean’s Field is ahead of you. The Dean’s Field was, until recently, used for Chester Falconry.

From Frodsham Street: Walk through Kaleyard’s Gate and turn right. The Dean’s Field is ahead of you.

This is a residential area so please ensure you arrive and leave quietly, and take any rubbish away with you.

Pre Order your Food & Drink:
Wood-fired pizzas £8
Our chefs at Twelfth Slice will be serving up fresh pizzas from our wood-fired oven, delivered to you at Dean’s Field.
Choose from:
Margherita (9″)
Pepperoni (9″)
Roasted Vegetable (9″)
Must be pre-ordered up to 24 hours before your visit. Click here to pre order.

Classic Cinema Snack Box
Butterkist Toffee Popcorn
Sherbert Dib Dab
Giant Parma Violents
Giant Love Hearts
Popping Candy
Double Dip
Strawberry/Lemon Chew Bars
Jelly Beans
Hershey’s Cookie ‘n’ Creme Bars
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
Nerds Grape & Strawberry
Space Raiders Beef Crisps
2 cans of Vimto
Must be pre-ordered before 4pm on the day of your visit. Click here to pre order.

Travelling to Dean’s Field

By Bike
If you plan to cycle to Moonlight Flicks, bike racks are available on Northgate street, near the old library.

By Bus
There are lots of bus routes that journey into Chester city centre and The Dean’s Field is around 6 minutes walk from Chester Bus Interchange, providing easy access from destinations such as Liverpool, Ellesmere Port, and Wrexham. To plan your bus journey, visit www.traveline.info.

By Rail
Chester Railway Station has direct routes to Cheshire, Wales, Manchester, London and Merseyside amongst others a and is approximately a 15 minute walk from The Dean’s Field.
To plan your journeys please visit nationalrail.co.uk

The Dean’s Field is located within the grounds of Chester Cathedral, St Werburgh Street, CH1 2DY (near to the Town Hall and Storyhouse). Much of the area surrounding the building is pedestrianised with narrow streets.

The nearest car park is:
Frodsham Street Car Park, CH1 2DY (24hrs)

Access

Captioned Subtitled Screenings are:
29 July – Mamma Mia Here We Go Again
10 Aug – The Secret Garden
Please make sure to book the Caption Subtitled screening.

Audio Described Screenings are:
27 July – Guardians of The Galaxy
18 Aug – The Lion King
Please book the regular screening and let a team member know when you arrive that you’ll need Audio Describe headphones.

The Dean’s Field is accessible for wheelchair users. We recommend arriving from Frodsham Street. There is a ramp up to the walls through Kaleyards Gate.  There is one step down from the pavement to cobbled street, and then onto a flat pathway which leads directly to The Dean’s Field.

Please note that the area from where you watch the film is on a grass lawn.

If you have any access requirements or want to bring an Essential Companion, please do let us know by emailing groups@storyhouse.com, so we can ensure any provisions or assistance are in place.

Tickets & Booking

Tickets are now on general sale.
Become a Member to get discounted tickets and other benefits.

Ticket Prices

VIP Seated: Get the best view! A chair will be ready and waiting in the front rows
Members: £16 (no booking fee)
General Sale: £18 (plus £1.50 booking fee)

Standard ticket: Bring your own chair or blanket
Members: £11.50 (no booking fee)
General Sale: £13 (plus £1.50 booking fee)

Standard Child ticket (under 18 years)
Members: £8 (no booking fee)
General Sale: £9 (no booking fee)

Moonlight Flicks tickets cannot be refunded (except in the event of a cancelled screening). You can request an exchange to a different Moonlight Flicks screening up to 48 hours before your originally booked film’s start time by calling 01244409113 (Option #1)