"Remember to bring your brolly – films go on, come rain or shine."
Screenfields returns to Spinningfields this summer with a film to enjoy every Thursday evening until 26 July for just £2. Catch the likes of Romeo and Juliet, Strictly Ballroom and Senna while sipping cocktails under the stars in Manchester's luxury retail district.
Go by train: Manchester
Summer's End Soirée, Sheffield
The Magic Lantern Film Club's pop-up cinema will return to ReCycle Bikes' yard for its second outdoor event on 2 September. As well as screening top-notch films like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Magic Lantern hosts food, drink and activity stalls, so prepare to be fully nourished!
Go by train: Sheffield
Screenings at St Luke's, Liverpool
Arrive early to bag a spot at Urban Strawberry Lunch's popular screenings in St Luke's Church ruins (above) on the first Thursday of every month, at 8pm. Showing a range of eclectic and classic movies, USL runs year-round. For a suggested donation of £2, it's the cheapest night out in Liverpool.
Go by train: Liverpool
Monument Movies, Newcastle
With films showing twice a week for six weeks, there'll be plenty of choice at Newcastle's open-air cinema, Monument Movies. Pull up a deckchair and enjoy
a brilliant free day out. Remember to bring your brolly - films go on, come rain or shine.
Go by train: Newcastle
Roving Cinema, Leeds
The Roving Cinema will make regular appearances at the I Love West Leeds Festival from 7-15 July. This quirky annual arts festival sees outdoor screenings take place alongside arty oddities. The inflatable screen will roam West Leeds with free movies, including Mamma Mia.
Go by train: Leeds