The Incredible Moving Picturehouse returns to Lancaster for one week only in March, courtesy of The Dukes.
The Incredible Moving Picturehouse puts the show on the road – literally.
The UK’s only HGV-based mobile cinema screen transforms from an unassuming lorry into a comfortable indoor 100-seat mobile cinema.
It was last in town in November 2015 when The Dukes brought it to Williamson Park and from March 2-9, it will be based in Brewery Lane to ensure that while theatre events take place in both The Rake and The Round, cinemagoers can still get their film fix with a packed programme of new releases.
Among the new films to be enjoyed in this cinema experience like no other will be Loving (12A) from March 3-9; Prevenge (15) on March 3,4, 6 and 7; Toni Erdmann (15) from March 3-9 (except March 7); The Eagle Huntress (U) on March 4 and 8; Best (12A) from March 6-9 and Christine (15) on March 8 and 9.
There’s also chance to see the cult classic Donnie Darko (15) on March 2 and Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars (PG) with a new 30 minute documentary on March 7.
Tickets for The Incredible Moving Picturehouse screenings are priced at £6.50/£5.50.
Also taking place this March at The Dukes is a new play about a woman’s desperate journey across the world to fulfil her dream of becoming a mother. Made In India visits The Dukes from March 2-4.
To book for any of the above call 01524 598500.