On Friday 9th February, The Village Screen will be popping up inside one of Manchester’s most historical and spectacular locations – Gorton Monastery – for a spot of Anti-Valentine’s fun. Audiences will step inside the stunning Grade II listed building, surrounded by beautiful stained glass windows and magical candle light, for a screening of Baz Lurhmann’s Romeo & Juliet.
The Village Screen's DJ will be spinning all the best Valentine’s songs before the screening and there will be food to fall in love with by street food traders Dim Sum Su and Shoot the Bull. The Monastery’s bar will be open serving local beers, wines, Prosecco and soft drinks plus The Monastery’s Victorian Pantry will be serving hot drinks and cakes.
Timings: Doors to the event will open at 19:00 with the film starting at 20:30.
How to buy tickets: Tickets go on sale Wednesday 17th January at midday (12pm). Just click on the "Buy Tickets" link below.
Ticket prices: Tickets are priced at £15.00 for adults and £12.00 for concessions. Audience members will be seated on vintage deckchairs within the Great Nave. Online booking fees apply.
Minimum age: There is a minimum age of 16 for this event.
Additional info: The Monastery will be heated for this event but all food traders will be situated outside so please wrap up warm and bring blankets to reserve your seats. Please feel free to email us at email@example.com if you have any specific questions about this event or view the "Additional Information" section below.Buy Tickets