One weekend and one weekend only of film, fun and food in the Anglican Cathedral – not just one of Liverpool’s most iconic and breathtaking venues but the worlds.

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The Cathedral was completed in 1978 after 74 long, hard, but rewarding years. The architect was Giles Gilbert Scott, a young man in his mid 20’s who entered the competition and won and who also went on to design the iconic red telephone box. The building changed a lot from its original plans and although the venue is a place of worship, it isn’t your typical place. It is first and foremost a place of worship but has become well known for the Tracy Emin hot-pink neon art installation in her own handwriting underneath the tiled windows which reads: “I felt you and I knew you loved me”. Climb the Everest like stairs to Vestey Tower and breathe in one of the best views of Liverpool from up above. The films will be shown in The Well.

On October 20th we will be showing The Goonies the feel-good fantasy about a bunch of best friends and a treasure map in search of a way to keep their home. On October 21st we will be showing Matilda – the story about a very special girl and a boy who likes a lot of chocolate cake. And finally, on the 22nd October, we will be finishing with Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (the original) – the story of a sweet tooth, a golden ticket and some oompa lumpas.

This is the first and may be the last cinema night that has ever been put on within the stunning walls of The Cathedral so we urge you to not miss out as this promises to be a memorable evening. There will be a bar, dessert shack and a local food trader on site so prepare to come hungry and leave happy.

• There will be disabled access
• Tickets are £12
• Doors open at 7pm, film starts at 8.30pm each night