A Snuggly Pop-Up Cinema Is Landing In Manchester This Valentine's
The perfect treat for February
Whether you’re single or coupled up, curling up with your loved ones in front of an all-time classic movie is the perfect winter warmer and The Village Screen pop-up cinema will be transforming Victoria Baths into a charming, candlelit cinema this February for a romantic line-up, alongside fantastic street food traders and entertainment.
Shakespeare fans can expect a glorious screening of Baz Luhrmann's uber cool masterpiece Romeo & Juliet which is set in the modern-day location of Verona Beach - whereby the Montagues and the Capulets are the two feuding families in the middle of it all.
It's the classic story of two star-crossed lovers and it's getting us emosh just thinking about it.
On Saturday 16th February Victoria Baths will be home to Disney's animated musical classic The Little Mermaid and also '90s rom-com 10 Things I Hate About You (a modern remake of Shakespeare's The Taming Of The Shrew - not to mention the perfect teen angst movie set against a modern rock soundtrack.
Ahead of each screening, there will be music and local street food to fall in love with as usual, plus a pop-up bar serving themed cocktails, hot chocolates, aaallll the fizz and a whole host of local beers.
All information and bookings can be made in advance at the official website here and tickets go on sale at 9am on Thursday 17th January. (online booking fees apply.)
Pool level tickets are priced at £15 for adults, £13 for students and seniors (60+) and £10 for children, while balcony level tickets are priced at £13 for adults, £11 for students and seniors (60+) and £8 for children. There are also family ticket options available for The Little Mermaid. Cute.
Here are the dates and times for the showings...
Friday 15 February
Romeo & Juliet (Doors at 19.00, film at 21.00) Minimum age for event: 12
Saturday 16 February
The Little Mermaid (Doors at 15.00, film at 17.00) This event is suitable for the entire family
10 Things I Hate About You (Doors at 19.15, film at 21.15) Minimum age for event: 12