Star Wars In Concert, Echo Arena, Liverpool 2010
THE amazing film music from all
six of the epic sci-fi Star Wars films was performed on Tuesday, 9
March 2010 by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Echo Arena,
Liverpool. With narration by Anthony Daniels, who played C3PO and
with film footage edited to fit in with the musical score and
displayed on a three storey tall LED screen, it is said to be one
the largest ever used in a tour. It was an impressive night.
Latin Lounge due to
THE Latin Lounge on Post Office
Avenue is set to be fully re-opened in a few weeks time. This venue,
closed since October 2009 . The
venue last year was mixed up in some local media
reports with the scene of
the Steven Gerard case, which happened at the Lounge Inn, Bold
Street. At present it seems likely that the venue will open for the
next few weeks, at weekends. They hope to recapture the success of
the Latin Lounge in earlier days. They are looking at providing for
functions, live entertainment, good food during daytime and early
evening, and a friendly and relaxed atmosphere to have a drink. We
wish them all the best.
COMPETITION - FIREMAN SAM TO THE RESCUE
HE is everyone’s favourite
hero... Fireman Sam is set to delight and excite children up and
down the country as he hits the big screen this Spring. The unique
screenings at selected Vue cinemas will be the first time Fireman
Sam can be seen in a feature length adventure. Showing for one
weekend only - Saturday, 20 March and Sunday, 21 March 2010 at
10.30am, so make sure you don’t miss out and book your tickets now!
Fireman Sam - The Great Fire of Pontypandy, is an action packed
adventure that follows Fireman Sam as he performs a super-heroic
rescue, which results in him being awarded a medal for bravery.
After being offered a new job in Newtown, Sam is busy deciding
whether to leave his beloved town and friends behind when tragedy
strikes. Can Sam save Pontypandy from the forest fire that threatens
to engulf the town?
This action packed adventure is the first and only time that fans
can watch this animated adventure in the comfort of their local Vue
cinema. To avoid disappointment make sure you book your exclusive
tickets now for Fireman Sam: The Great Fire of Pontypandy by
Mark de Quervain, Vue Sales and Marketing Director comments:-
"We are delighted to bring this feature length screening of
childhood favourite, Fireman Sam to our cinemas and I’m sure it will
be an exciting adventure for young audiences to see him on the big
screen. Offering great alternative content for families in addition
to our normal great film line-up is proving highly popular and we
hope to continue extending the programme in the future."
Other exciting feature length children’s releases for 2010, coming
to a Vue cinema near you include:-
Rainbow Magic:- Return to Rainspell Island - 8 May 2010 to 9 May
Bob The Builder:- Legend of The Golden
Hammer - 15 May to 16 May 2010
Thomas & Friends:- Misty Island Rescue –
2 October to 3 October 2010
Angelina Ballerina:- 6 November to 7
Fireman Sam:- The Great Fire of Pontypandy will be shown at all Vue
cinema sites with the exception of Accrington, Birkenhead and
Well thanks to the Southport Vue cinema we have 2 sets of 4 tickets
to the Saturday, 20 March 2010, screening to give away! These
tickets can not be passed on should your name get picked.
To enter this week all you have to do is
send your name, your full address and full phone number to us via
firstname.lastname@example.org or by
dropping in a letter marked Southport Reporter, Fireman Sam to our
office address at 4a Post Office Ave, Southport.
Two winners will be picked next
Wednesday and one of them could be you! All entries must be in
by 12.00 noon Wednesday, 17 March 2010. Also please see our standard
terms and conditions page, under competitions by clicking on
Please not that your information will not be kept unless you win.
The winner’s information will be used to contact you and to present
your prize, via Vue or via our news team. Your name might also be
published on Southport Reporter and via Formby Reporter.