This Summer, Adventure Cinema is bringing Film & Food Fest to Wolverhampton! With 4 days of open-air cinema, local street food, live comedy and specially-curated short films. We'd love for you to join us!

Limited tickets available so make sure to book yours today!



  • GATES OPEN: 17:30, 09 Sep

    An Evening of Short Films (15) *From regional filmmakers

  • GATES OPEN: 17:00, 10 Sep

    Grease Sing-A-Long (PG) + Live Comedy

  • GATES OPEN: 12:00, 11 Sep

    Sonic The Hedgehog (PG)

  • GATES OPEN: 17:00, 11 Sep

    Pretty Woman (15) + Live Comedy

  • GATES OPEN: 12:00, 12 Sep

    The Goonies (PG)

  • GATES OPEN: 17:00, 12 Sep

    The Invisible Man (18) + Live Comedy

Join us at Bantock Park for Film & Food Fest Wolverhampton



The UK’s biggest touring outdoor cinema company, Adventure Cinema, is proud to announce Film & Food Fest, a brand new touring, socially spacious festival for Summer 2021 and we can't wait to come to Wolverhampton!

Featuring four days of outdoor cinema with classic movies and recent releases, stand up comedy from some of the UK’s best-loved comedians, local street food and specially curated short films from regional film makers.

Adult tickets start at £16.50 (plus booking fee). For afternoon showings, children under 12 years can go half-price!

Limited tickets available so make sure to book yours today!


Venue Address

Bantock Park

🚢Bantock Park is located approximately one mile from Wolverhampton city centre.
🚌 Buses 3, 15 and 63 from Wolverhampton stop close to Bantock Park and run regularly throughout the day. The journey time from Wolverhampton city centre is about 7 minutes.
πŸš— If you are arriving by car, follow the signs for Wolverhampton from the M5, M6 and M54, Bantock House is signposted off the city ring road. There is limited free parking at Bantock House and Park, including two coach spaces and six disabled spaces.
🚲 West Midlands Cycle Hire have a docking station a short distance from Bantock Park on the Merridale Road.

Live Comedy Host - Sean McLoughlin


Sean McLoughlin is an acclaimed stand-up comedian, described as “The best comedian you haven’t heard of” by Time Out and “an impassioned and uniquely brilliant talent” by The List. He has performed several UK tours and provided tour support for Ricky Gervais, Bill Burr, Doug Stanhope and Katherine Ryan.  
Sean has also been seen on After Life (Netflix), Live at The Comedy Store (Comedy Central) and Brexit Stage Left (Viceland). 
“Fizzing with ideas, intensity and bloody great jokes”  β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…½ Chortle

Street Food

A wide range of vendors will be curated by Street Food Warehouse - here's an idea of what to expect!

Thursday nights are all about short film


Thursday evenings at Film & Food Fest will feature a special showcase of short movies from some of the region's finest independent filmmakers. Highlighting the work of local creatives, giving their films a major platform and giving audiences an exclusive chance to see some fantastic new cinema! 
The charity we are supporting by donating £2 from every ticket sold on Thursday night in Wolverhampton is Light House, a registered charity cinema, gallery and media hub for Wolverhampton and the surrounding areas. The charity has been described as a beacon for the creative industries; source of illumination on all aspects of media; guide and educator to all ages in pursuit of creative media and film knowledge; home to diverse array of film, animation and photography.
Here is the line-up for short films in Wolverhampton:

Tales From The Country



Kindling Cassiah



This Is My Town

Sean McGrail


Lost Identity

Ruth Holder


Z Day

Alex Bass



Adam Palmer



Rebecca Goldsmith



Thomas Line


Love In The Midlands



Tommy Gillard







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