The Star & Mouse Picture Show is a trinket-cinema stowed away in rural Cambridge. It began after a series of parties held in our garden which would finish with us screening projected films onto an old bed sheet outside. The beauty of what we do is that it’s portable; we can be in a vineyard one day and a swimming pool the next. We have only one rule and that’s to create a unique and unforgettable evening for people who want their night to shine.
What to expect
- Pre-Film Entertainment there’ll be merriment before your film begins from giant jenga to live music, come early for a giggle, please note that films start upon nightfall and not before.
- Fire Pits wise though to bring a blanket to snuggle under, it gets cold after dark
- Food & Drink lots of delicious food available; from snacks to something more robust. Our bar too will have a fine selection of wet things for you to try – please don’t bring your own
- Dress Code we love you all, dress as you will. From sparkles and ruffles to wellies and flat-caps all of course are welcome
- Seats just bring your bums to sit on, we’ve got you all seats!
- Weather should the rain gate-crash our party, we brave it anyway. Rain ponchos will be provided at the door but please dress accordingly
Please arrive with your tickets on you as we need to allocate a pair of our wireless headphones to your ears for the movie.
‘Highly entertaining event - lots and lots of laughs. Clear a space in your calendar and make sure you have an evening with these guys. Check it out!’
‘Brilliant, fun and unusual. Look forward to next time’
‘Booked tickets for my birthday and absolutely loved it. Thought we were just going to see Moulin Rouge, but we got so much more. Fun, fun, fun!’
‘I’ve started working with Ella doing events when I was 15. When I met her I didn’t have much confidence, but I made really good friends with the crew and found I was good at something. Because of the experience I got, I was able to start moving forward, I got a job working as Media Manager for a company called Cambridge Live and last year I worked at Secret Garden Party in the event control office. I’m really excited with what’s next to come.’
‘We went to the Polka Dots and Feathers Ball they did last year; it was amazing. They put on a screening of a film in one room, and had circus performers and a crazy DJ in another. We all dressed up to go there and danced all night long. Loved the pizza from The River Kitchen bar they had there too.’
Beauty and The Beast in The Great Barn!
So, you thought that it would reach the end of summer, and The Star & Mouse Picture Show wouldn’t have anything planned for the colder months? Nope! Guess again!
We are kicking off the begging of our indoor season with absolute style! Get ready to be our guests and join us for the new spellbinding classic of Beauty and The Beast. We’ve been itching to screen this film for a while but wanted the right occaction. And here it is!!
Come and join in the mirth and merriment in The Great Barn at Manor Farm, Bourn. We’ve got delicious food on offer as well as mince pies, hot chocolate and of course some mulled wine and hot cider from our wonderful bar.
There will be the usual live music and lashings of festive charm and magic. This is an event that you should definitely make sure youo are a part of.
Seating is limited so book your tickets early to avoid dissapointment!
Arrive from 5pm to indulge in delicious treats from our bar and kitchen whlist you enjoy the live entertainment.
The Line Up
Friday 1 December
Beauty and The Beast
Doors from: 5pm
We would love to say Hi!
‘A star danced and under that was I born’
‘Made of more mirth than matter’
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