Merchant City Movie Club – Outdoor Film Screenings for Merchant City Festival 2015 July 27 – August 2, 2015
The Merchant City Movie Club is here & It’s Free!
Exclusively for the Merchant City Festival 2015, the Brunswick Street Live Stage will be transformed into Glasgow’s biggest free outdoor cinema with an exciting mix of film screenings to suit all ages.
The Merchant City Movie Club will have an eclectic collection of cult classics, retro comedies, Scottish favourites and will even bring back the magic of mornings at the movies with family & child friendly programming from 10am most days.
Merchant City Movie Club goers will also be able to eat delicious from the fabulous surrounding street food markets of the Merchant City Festival, enjoy hot & cold drinks served from the cafe bar and watch their favourite movies on the giant LED screen.
So come along and experience the movies in a unique urban environment in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City.
Completely free for everyone!
An eclectic collection of cult classics, retro comedies and Scottish favourites.
Family and child friendly morning movies from 10am.
Monday, July 27 – Scottish themed films
Tuesday, July 28– Focus on comedy.
Wednesday, July 29 – Singalong, including Mamma Mia and Grease.
*** Wednesday 29th July ***
11.30am – Despicable Me
2.30pm – Despicable Me 2
5pm – Big
7pm – Mama Mia!
*** Thursday 30th July ***
11.00am – Mary Poppins
1pm – Brave
3pm – Frozen
5.30 pm – Mean Girls
7.15 pm – Dirty Dancing
*** Friday 31st July ***
11.30am – E.T
Part of Brunswick Street Live
Brunswick Street, Glasgow G1
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