Suffolk film lovers will be delighted by the appearance of a pop-up cinema, but they have limited chances to visit as the week-long residency is coming to its end. 

The car park at Kingfisher Leisure Centre in Sudbury has played host to The Incredible Moving Cinema this past week, with films such as Barbie, The Great Escaper and A Haunting in Venice screened to audiences of up to 100 people.

Now, however, the novelty Abbeygate Cinema will be moving on to its next destination, which is kept shrouded in mystery. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The purpose-built truck can grow or shrinkThe purpose-built truck can grow or shrink (Image: Abbeygate Cinema)

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Those wanting to experience a film in an HGV truck should move quickly, as the last screenings will be shown on Sunday, November 5. 

The purpose-built vehicle is one of only three in the UK and can grow or shrink to change between the 100-seater auditorium and a vehicle suitable to travel on UK roads. 

The Incredible Moving Cinema is fully heated, ventilated, air-conditioned and weather-proof, so those fearing the dregs of Storm Ciaran have nothing to worry about.

Tickets are available to purchase via the Abbeygate Cinemas website.