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Liverpool, England: Outdoor Films for Shakespeare Festival in Liverpool's Open Air Cinema
por Caleb Mitchell
From the Liverpool Shakespeare Festival... From Thursday to Saturday this week, Liverpool's only Open Air Cinema in the stunning setting of St James' Gardens, next to Liverpool Cathedral. For only ВЈ6, concessions ВЈ4, you can come and watch outdoor movies on a huge, inflatable screen in the historic cemetery.
Not in person we do admit, but they are among the stars of Shakespeare in Love, Looking for Richard and Romeo & Juliet all of which feature in our new Open Air Cinema, for three nights only! You can enjoy a drink from the bar or a bag of home-made popcorn as you watch. See these classic Shakespearean films as never before - by moonlight in the spectacular setting of St James' Gardens, next to Liverpool Cathedral!
- Shakespeare in Love. John Madden's blockbuster hit starring, among others, Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes.
- Looking for Richard. Al Pacino's cult film with Winona Ryder, Kevin Spacey, Alec Baldwin, . . .
- Romeo & Juliet. Baz Luhrmann's stunning 1996 film adaptation starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Clare Danes, etc.
Enjoy these timeless, great films along with homemade popcorn and drinks from our al fresco bar. You can also pre-book a delicious picnic which Delifonseca will tailor to your choice - spoil yourself and complete your cinema experience with a range of mouth-watering delicatessen for only ВЈ9 per person.
Doors open at 8pm, film starts at 9pm. Tickets are ВЈ6, concessions ВЈ4, available via 0151 / 727 1703 and www.LodestarTheatreCompany.co.uk as well as from the bookshop вЂNews from Nowhere' on 96 Bold Street and at the gift shop inside Liverpool Cathedral. The weather forecasts have brightened up, so come and join us for three nights at Liverpool's only Open Air Cinema! Of course, you can bring your own chairs and umbrellas as well, and we'll have some blankets and various drinks on site to keep you warm, just in case . . .
Read full article at: http://www.artinliverpool.com/blog/blogarch/2008/08/liverpool_shakespeare_festival.php