To celebrate Rotary Day - An afternoon at the Woolton Picture House to see the acclaimed fils "Breathe".

Rotary Liverpool South celebrates Rotary Day 2018 with an afternoon at the Woolton Picture House in Woolton, Liverpool.

The feature film is "Breathe" the story of Robin Cavendish who became paralyzed from the neck down by polio aged 28.


Woolton Picture House, 3 Mason Street, Woolton, Liverpool, L25 5JH.

Tel: 0151 428 3737.

Unique in appearance with a traditional art deco auditorium this amazing single screen picture house hosts 256 classic pull-man armchairs & provides an original, comfortable and cosy environment to unwind and enjoy your film.

A popular family favourite the cinema shows all of the latest mainstream releases using the latest in digital theatre sound technology, as well as films for senior audiences & children's matinees every weekend.

Friendly staff serve a selection of confectionary & beverages inside a foyer that retains all of its original charm, including the traditional ticket machine.

Ample free parking in the village car park - situated off Woolton Street allows filmgoers from afar to come and see what's on and visit surrounding areas offering an array of restaurants, coffee shops & bars.

Steeped in nostalgia, Woolton Picture House was the childhood haunt of a famous musician by the name of John Lennon, inspiring part of the lyrics to his song 'A Day in the Life'.

Nicknamed 'The Bug' by Lennon and other 'Quarrymen' band members, the cinema is situated next-door to St Peters church hall a place famed for the meeting of John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney.


Tickets are £8 per head and can be obtained from:

Rotarian Brian Cockrell. Tel: 0151 428 1404 Mobile: 07947 093248

Rotarian Tony Reid. Tel: 0151 486 1769 Mobile: 07946 688116

or contact Rotarian Lynn via the website.

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