Get ready for a magical movie experience this summer as Belfast One in association with Belfast Film Festival pops back to Belfast City Hall with the Belfast Summer Cinema. Taking place 16 & 17 July, movie-goers will be treated to a range of fantastic movies for free!
The experience is part of the Belfast One Summer Days campaign which is bringing a pop of colour to Belfast City Centre this summer, with events and initiatives to enhance the look and feel of the City Centre as well as showcase the wide retail and hospitality offering.
Proving a huge success in 2019, it is expected the 500 tickets per movie will get snapped up quickly whenever they are available on the Belfast Film Festival website from Friday 24 June.
Movie lovers will enjoy an exciting two days of cinema.
Saturday 16 July
- Peter Rabbit 2 – 11am
- Sing 2 – 1.30pm
- E.T. – 4.15pm
- Mamma Mia! – 7.15pm (aged 12 and over only)
Sunday 17 July
- Encanto – 11am
- The Lion King – 1.45pm
- The Goonies – 4.45pm
- Belfast – 8.15pm (aged 12 and over only)
Cool FM presenters will be on hand to entertain audiences throughout the two days. Look out for lots of family fun from fancy dress competitions and face painters to Peter Rabbit & friends making an appearance.
Belfast Summer Cinema-goers will be given a special wrist band to avail of special offers around the City Centre. Full list of offers will be available at www.belfastone.co.uk closer to the time.
Looking forward to Belfast Summer Cinema, Clare Maguire from Belfast One said:
“We are delighted to be bringing back the Belfast One Summer Cinema at City Hall on 16 & 17 July in association with Belfast Film Festival. What a range of films we have on offer – there really is something for everyone. Movie goers will especially love watching Kenneth Branagh’s award winning film “Belfast” in the heart of the City central to its story – what a special viewing that will be. The summer cinema is part of our Belfast One Summer Days campaign which aims to bring a pop of colour to the city centre through unique experiences. This is going to be a very popular event and I would encourage anyone who wishes to attend to make sure you get your tickets quickly before they sell out.”
Michele Devlin, Director of Belfast Film Festival, commented:
“Belfast Film Festival is delighted to be back and to partner, once again, with Belfast One to present a unique weekend of great films in the open air this July as part of Belfast One Summer Days. We will be filling the grounds of Belfast City Hall with big screen delights, props from the films and cos play. There will be something for everyone so, why not join us and enjoy seeing your favourite films in this beautiful and unique outdoor setting!”
Tickets for Belfast One Summer Cinema are free on a first come first served basis (small admin fee applies) and will be available from 10am on Friday 24 June 2022 from www.belfastfilmfestival.org.
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Getting ready for the Belfast Summer Cinema experience with Belfast One and Belfast Film Festival at Belfast City Hall 16 & 17 July, were, from left to right:
Lewis McAskie who played Will in the film Belfast, Finn as a character from The Goonies and Peter Rabbit.