(PG) Running time: 117 minutes

Wednesday 24 August – Hilton Court Gardens, Roch, Haverfordwest

Tickets Prices:
On the Night: £10.00


Pleasantly plump teenager Tracy Turnblad teaches 1962 Baltimore a thing or two about integration after landing a spot on a local TV dance show.



Food, drinks and classic cinema snacks will be available on the night although you’re welcome to bring your own picnics to the event. Seating is not provided, please bring your own seating, blankets and dress warm as the film will be finishing late. Please do not bring tents or gazebo’s as they may obstruct the view of other people. BBQ’s are also prohibited.

Plastic folding chairs can be provided to anyone who wants them . Dogs are permitted as long as they are on a lead.

Pembroke Castle’s café will be open and serving hot and cold drinks including alcohol, sandwiches and cakes.

Smoking is permitted in the open air areas.

Picnic style event. Items such as food, drink, alcohol, glass, cutlery, folding chairs, blankets etc will be allowed.

Dogs are allowed on leads

Parking will need to be the public spaces in Pembroke.

Smoking is allowed in the outside areas of the castle.


Parking & Transport

Car parking can be found in various locations in and around the town of Pembroke and within easy walking distance.  Most of the car parks are pay and display and the nearest car park is Long Entry which has disabled parking and is almost directly opposite the castle entranceway.

This is an outdoor event so please check the weather forecast before hand and dress appropriately. If it rains the show will go on. Only in the case of extreme weather, such as dangerously high winds, will the screening be cancelled.

Seating is on a first come first served basis.

Pembroke Castle can be found at the west end of Pembroke Main Street, on the A4139.