Open-air cinema coming to Bombed Out Church this summer

An open-air cinema event is coming to Liverpool’s Bombed Out Church this summer.

The event organised by Independent Liverpool will be popping-up for two classic cinema screenings a day, for two weeks in August.

Film fans can watch all their favourites including 90s classics, rom coms and pure nostalgia with 14 different films to choose from at the former St Luke’s Church on Leece Street.

Guests can also enjoy a drink from the Bombed Out Church’s wonderful gin bar which will be stocked with lots of beers, spirits, Prosecco and more.

If you looking for something to munch on while you’re watching the picture, there will also be a wonderful street food trader there to satisfy your hunger with veggie and vegan options too so come hungry.

Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy indulgent treats from a special desserts trader.

Films will go ahead in any weather so if it’s forecast to rain or be cold, dress accordingly. Ponchos will be available.

Screenings are 5pm to 7pm and 8pm to 10pm from August 16 to 29. All screenings are for ages 18 and over and tickets are priced at £12 per person. There is wheelchair access and films will start just after 5pm and 8pm so please turn up with time to get a drink and a seat.

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All seats are general admission so you can sit where you want. Organisers will be monitoring any updates on covid rules and regulations but due to the screenings being outside, they are extremely confident the event will be able to go ahead regardless of any changes.

Click here to book tickets. The following films will be shown.

  • August 16 and 23 – Dirty Dancing and Mamma Mia
  • August 17 and 24 – Ghost and Pretty Woman
  • August 18 and 25 – Breakfast At Tiffany’s and Grease
  • August 19 and 26 – 10 Things I Hate About You and Matilda
  • August 20 and 27 – Clueless and Bohemian Rhapsody
  • August 21 and 28 – The Greatest Showman and When Harry Met Sally
  • August 22 and 29 – Superbad and Footloose

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