FOLLOWING THE GOVT ANNOUNCEMENT ON 31/10/2020 THE THEATRE WILL BE CLOSED FOR NOVEMBER AND THEREFORE THIS SCREENING IS CANCELLED, ALTHOUGH WE HOPE TO RESCHEDULE IN THE NEW YEAR. WE WILL BE CONTACTING PATRONS REGARDING REFUNDS.
The story of the legendary British rock band Queen and lead singer Freddie Mercury leading up to their famous performance at Live Aid.
A maximum of 72 seats is available in our socially-distanced auditorium using a fixed seating plan that offers a mix of single seats, pairs, trios, quartets and a quintet; however, the seats are grouped so that it is not possible to book three seats from a group of four. This is to try to maximise capacity to ensure events are viable. We will be monitoring the bookings and adapting the plan should it become clear that we need to offer more pairs, more threes etc. One wheelchair seat plus carer is available per screening- please contact [email protected] to arrange to book this seat. At the present time, only online bookings are accepted.
You will need to wear a mask but this may be removed when drinking. There will be no bar facility before or after the screening so please feel free to bring a bottle of water or soft drink with you.
You can read about what the theatre has done to meet government guidance on resuming operations by clicking HERE
Children under 12 must be accompanied
Running time 133 minutes
Times & Prices
|Saturday, 14th November 2020||19:30||Main House||£7||£6||£6|