The Film Festival
Join us this year for five days of fabulous films 26th – 30th July 2017
Gates open for morning sessions at 10.30am and close at 4.30pm. Gates open for the evening session at 5.30pm. Tickets are available online to pre-purchase at the advance ticket rates. Ticket prices will increase during the festival. Daytime tickets will give access to both screenings during the day, and evening tickets will give access to both evening screenings.
To book Friends of Burghley tickets please visit your membership portal. You are not able to reserve free tickets from this page.
Wednesday 26th July – Daytime Session
11.00am Zootropolis (PG)
2.00pm The Jungle Book (PG)
Wednesday 26th July – Evening Session
6.30pm Sherlock Holmes (2009) (12A)
8.45pm Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (12A)
Thursday 27th July – Daytime Session
11.30am Finding Dory (U)
2.00pm The Secret Life of Pets (U)
Thursday 27th July – Evening Session
6.30pm Four Weddings and a Funeral (15)
8.30pm Bridget Jones’s Baby (15)
Please note, as both these screenings are rated 15, child tickets will not be available on this evening.
Friday 28th July – Day Session
11.30am Hotel for Dogs (u)
2.00pm Brother Bear (U)
Friday 28th July – Evening Session
6.30pm Doctor Strange (12A)
8.45pm Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (12A)
Saturday 29th July – Day Session
11.30am Kung Fu Panda 3 (PG)
2.00pm Moana (PG)
Saturday 30th July – Evening Session
6.30pm Dreamgirls (PG)
8.30pm La La Land (PG)
Sunday 30th July – Day Session
11.30am Alice in Wonderland (U)
1.30pm The BFG (PG)
Sunday 30th July – Evening Session
6.00pm Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (12A)
8.30pm The Legend of Tarzan (12A)
Enjoy delicious local BBQ food, salads and refreshing drinks by Absolute Taste throughout the Film Festival. The Orangery Restaurant will be open as usual during the summer screenings.
Don’t fancy carrying your chairs into the performance? Burghley deckchairs are available to hire for just £5 a session, subject to availability.
Got a question we haven’t answered? Take a look at our Film Festival FAQ