Two more venues have been announced for the 2016 series of Moonlight Flicks outdoor cinema screenings this summer.

The programme will return to the Frodsham beauty spot of Castle Park and, for the first time, will also travel to Ashton Park in West Kirby.

The move has been revealed by Storyhouse, the Chester-based arts organisation which also produces the award-winning Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre and the city’s literature and music festivals.

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The unique season of outdoor films takes place in Chester’s Roman Gardens from July 5–August 27 and will screen movies for all tastes.

Cinema-goers don their headphones while watching one of the Moonlight Flicks presentations in the Roman Gardens

Alex Clifton, artistic director of Storyhouse, said: “We are delighted to be taking our season of moonlit cinema into the region. Many of our audiences travel to see our work, so it’s wonderful to have the opportunity to be going to them.”

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The line-up also includes 80s classic Dirty Dancing, post-apocalyptic science fiction with Mad Max Fury Road, family favourite Inside Out, silent movie The Artist, romantic drama Brooklyn, all time rom-com classic The Philadelphia Story, action blockbuster Jurassic World, iconic road movie Thelma and Louise and cult hit of 2015 Birdman.

Screenings in Castle Park will be between July 22 and 30 and in West Kirby’s Ashton Park between August 4–14.

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Picnicking is encouraged during the outdoor screenings and moviegoers can order pizza to be delivered to them.

Moonlight Flicks uses headphones to ensure maximum sound quality.

Tickets are priced from £8.50, under 12s go free. To book and find out more visit www.storyhouse.com/moonlightflicks.