St Luke’s – better-known as the Bombed Out Church – will host an open-air cinema to commemorate Valentine’s Day and LGBT+ History Month.
Due to popular demand, the church will run screenings on February 10, 11, 12, and 14.
The church is one of Liverpool’s most significant sites and a popular gathering spot for locals. It hosts a variety of events, ranging from weddings to film and theatre, to name just a few.
What follows next is the showing of Romeo And Juliet on the Friday, The Bodyguard featuring Whitney Houston on the Saturday and the classic Casablanca on the Monday.
The Bombed Out Church is looking forward to another busy venue calendar in 2022 after successfully hosting over 200 events and community projects last year.
Co-director Kate Jones said: “It was incredible to see so many people walk through our doors last year. Due to conversations with our visitors, we’re happy to announce that we’ll be hosting film screenings for February.
“We’ve gone with a couple of recommendations by the public for these, too! 2022 is set to be another year of welcoming familiar and new faces to St Luke’s, we can’t wait!”
Take your loved ones and friends this February to see a movie in the heart of the city, in a beautiful setting that’s ideal for a Valentine’s date or that friends night out you’ve been putting off for months.
There will be a bar with boozy hot beverages, beers, spirits, wine and fizz, soft drinks, and more. Visitors can have the drinks, snacks and nibbles delivered straight to their seat.
Audience members are encouraged to bring blankets to keep cosy beneath the Liverpool sky.
Tickets are now on sale for £10 + booking fee.