Heritage Centre, Roe Street, Macclesfield SK11 6UT
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Enquiries: 07534 920495
Tickets • can be purchased on the door, subject to demand
• can be booked in advance at cinemac.org.uk
• can be purchased in advance at the box office in the half-hour before any performance
Giftcards • can be purchased online at cinemac.org.uk
• can be purchased from the box office in the half-hour before any performance
Cinebar Our auditorium Bar is open 30mins before screenings (subject to the film being shown, and at live by satellite events). Tea, coffee, prosecco, wine, beer and spirits are available and may be taken into the auditorium.
Cinemac Meal Deal The Cinemac Meal Deal with Fina Bar & Grill starts on Tuesday 2nd of April!
For just £14 enjoy a delicious Italian meal and a trip to Cinemac!
Meal Deal vouchers are available to purchase from the Cinemac Box Office or Fina.
You can take advantage of this amazing offer by visiting Fina after one of our early evening shows or before our evening performances.
As numbers are limited, please ensure that you call Fina before you visit to reserve your table.
Fina’s phone number is: 01625 618744 The Meal Deal with Fina is valid until July!Please note that the meal deal is only valid for film tickets and it does not include live events.
Monday 5th August THE LION KING (PG) [2h] 11:00, 14:00
Television stars Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuiness will be Dirty Dancing at Tatton Park this August.
The duo will put in an appearance a comedy event MovieFest, celebrating 80’s cinema, culminating in a screening of the Patrick Swayze/Jennifer Grey classic movie.
Keith and Paddy imagine running a video shop, drawing on movies from the decade of shoulder pads and leg-warmers as films are screened on a high-definition outdoor screen.
Each screening will involve a special twist – where Paddy and Keith will return to the stage in a surprise finale and post-show party.
Organised by The Luna Cinema and Showcase Cinemas, Dirty Dancing will be screened in the grounds of Tatton Park on Friday, August 30 and Saturday, August 31.
Mark Barlow, general manager, Showcase Cinemas UK, said: “We’re delighted to be working alongside Keith and Paddy as they launch their exciting new MovieFest concept. They love films just as much as we do and we know it’s going to be a laugh out loud series of events.
“Who’d have thought one of the all-time favourite classics, Dirty Dancing, could get any better? We’re passionate about delivering the very best immersive cinema experiences and this is most definitely going to complement our hugely popular Flashback and Event Cinema screenings."
And Keith Lemon added: "Really excited about MovieFest! In the past I’ve projected onto a bed sheet in me garden, but this is gonna be a next level! And with me good mate Paddy McGuinness! First film we’re hosting is Dirty Dancing. There’s gonna be food and drink, we’re gonna have music! It’s gonna be a wicked party! And party is my middle name. Well it in’t really, it’s Ian.”
Legendary rock icon and the original Cockney Rebel, Steve Harley, has written and recorded twelve albums in a career covering four decades, and continues to tour to sell-out audiences in many countries world-wide.
Recognised as one of Britain’s greatest and most charismatic live performers, Harley is as much in love with the touring life now as at the beginning of his career: “We see some wonderful sights, visit galleries and museums and really take travelling as part of the experience. I’m a genuine and inveterate Tourist”.
A Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel live show will be packed with hits such as Judy Teen, Mr Raffles, Here Comes The Sun, Mr Soft, the classic Sebastian, as well as the world-wide hit and UK Number One, Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me), which has been recognised by the Performing Rights Society as one of the most-played singles in British Radio history. Harley also picks an eclectic mix of tracks from his career recordings, including a selection from recent albums The Quality Of Mercy and Stranger Comes To Town.
Buxton Opera House, Saturday 14th September at 7.30 pm.
Owing to extensive flooding at Lyme at the end of July, the Sensory theatre performance ‘Told in Gold’ will be held at Dunham Massey between Monday 21st October and Friday, 25th October, 2019
Parts of Dunham Massey's gardens will be transformed into a mysterious maze of giant set pieces, including a birds nest big enough for dozens of people to enter, as part of an all-new outdoor theatre experience for families.
The Lost Words: Told in Gold is a fully immersive and interactive show, and just one of several events at Lyme this year based on Robert MacFarlane and Jackie Morris’s beloved and award-winning children’s book of poems and illustrations. The Lost Words was written to counteract words of nature disappearing from children’s vocabularies, words such as acorn, otter, magpie and heather. The book aims to bring these words back into the minds and imaginations of children, and ensure that interest in and care of wild spaces isn’t lost to future generations.
The theatre company behind TheLost Words: Told in Gold have previously performed at Just So and Woodlands Festivals with another work based on the book, entitled Seek, Find, Speak. They will be giving an exclusive preview of Told in Gold as part of Manchester Festival of Nature at Heaton Park on 30 June, but Lyme will be hosting the first full experience.
TheLost Words: Told in Gold, has been created as a fully sensory experience for children aged 4+, and is also designed to be an accessible experience for visitors with with visual impairments, SEN or autism. Spoken sections will be performed in Makaton (simplified sign language).