A fantastic programme is on offer at the Consett Empire Theatre and Cinema this summer – with films to keep kids entertained during the holidays, classical music concerts and even a bit of Shakespeare.
The Empire will be screening family-friendly films throughout the summer. Tickets are priced at £6.50 for adults and £5.50 for concessions, but all tickets for matinee films will cost only £5.50.
Some of the films to be shown at the Consett Empire this summer include:
- Mama Mia! Here We Go Again (12A, on daily until Thursday 2nd August)
- Incredibles 2 (PG, Friday 3rd August to Thursday 16th August)
- Mission Impossible: Fallout (12A, Friday 10th August to Thursday 16th August)
- Hotel Transylvania 3: Monster Vacation (U, Friday 17th August to Thursday 23rd August)
- Ant Man & the Wasp (12 A, Friday 17th August to Thursday 23rd August)
- Whitney (15, Friday 24th August to Tuesday 28th August)
For full details of the Empire’s film schedule, please visit www.empireconsett.co.uk.
Also coming up are live broadcasts of two Shakespeare plays performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
On Wednesday 12th September the Empire will be screening The Merry Wives of Windsor and on Wednesday 14th November there will be a broadcast of Troilus and Cressida.
Tickets for each of the Shakespeare screenings cost £14.00 (£12.00 concessions). However, if you book for both screenings, the tickets will only cost £11.00.
On Saturday 28th July, there will be a treat for lovers of classical music. There will be a live screening of international star Andre Rieu’s latest concert.
The concert will be staged in the stunning setting of the medieval main square in Andre’s hometown of Maastricht, in the Netherlands. Andre will be performing with the 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra.
As well as the live screening on 28th July, the Consett Empire will be showing the concert again on Wednesday 15th August.
Tickets for the screenings, which both begin at 7.00 pm, are priced at £16.00.
For more information about the summer programme at the Consett Empire and to book tickets, please visit www.empireconsett.co.uk.
(Featured image courtesy of Blondinrikard Froberg, from Flickr Creative Commons.)