With restricted numbers, and hearts sprayed on the ground to ensure social distancing, Boston Council says the screening of Mamma Mia was a great success.
It is the first event the council has been able to put on this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Kristina Willoughby, town centre services manager said: “It was great to see families out enjoying themselves safely.
“The event was a great success and we will hopefully be able to return with more outdoor cinemas next year.”
Cllr Yvonne Stevens, portfolio holder for events, said: “Thank you to the families and friends who turned out for this cinema screening.
“It is great to see people out enjoying themselves after such an unsettled year so far,” she said.
“The love hearts sprayed on the grass was such a lovely and safe addition to this event.”
The ticket numbers were reduced to a maximum of 200 people due to covid regulations and was close to a sell-out.
The hearts were sprayed on the ground by arts group Transported for people to be able to enjoy the screening in their bubbles.
A council spokesman thanked Chatterton’s Solicitors and Wealth Management for supporting the event.
They also thanked everyone who using the multi-use games area and the new skate park for leaving quickly and easily before the event started.