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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get What's On updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A whole host of outdoor cinema screenings and theatre shows are coming to Greater Manchester this summer.
We've been taking a look at what's on where, how to get your tickets and what it's going to cost. Heartbreak Productions - The Midnight Gang and more The popular tale from children's author David Walliams has been turned into an outdoor theatre show. The Midnight Gang is a story of friendship and magic and follows the adventures of five children at Lord Funt Hospital.
The theatre show is coming to various venues in and around Greater Manchester as part of a tour by Heartbreak Productions - the team behind previously produced shows from other popular Walliams' tales including Ratburger, Mr Stink and Billionaire Boy. Visit the Heartbreak Productions website to book tickets.
There's a different show on every Tuesday from July 24 until August Visit the website to book. The huge open air cinema events have previously been at Tatton Park - offering an on-site bar, food and blankets and backrests.
Tickets for this year's run of shows, which is bigger than ever and features Luna Kids for the first time, are on sale now.
For the full line-up of shows see here. The Princess and the Giant and more at Ordsall Hall There's a series of open air theatre shows on at Ordsall Hall this summer and three of them are aimed at children. Folksy Theatre returns to the gardens on August 9 to perform the children's favourite The Princess and the Giant.
There are two family friendly performances at Haigh Woodland Park There's even more at Haigh this summer where fans of Mamma Mia and Grease are in for a treat with outdoor sing-along showings of the hit films. No under fives are allowed. The events kick-off at 6pm when Haigh's courtyard opens and the DJ starts at 7pm.
Both films will begin at 8. Tickets for the hit film Grease and Mamma Mia - the musical romantic comedy starring Meryl Streep - can be booked online. Do you have an outdoor cinema or theatre show to add to the list? Email the details to emma. Like us on Facebook.The Dutch are pioneering crops fed by sea leslutinsduphoenix.com sounds like just a cute trick, until you realize that saltwater floods destroy a lot of cropland, and fresh water shortages are one of the biggest problems facing the 21st century.
The theatre show is coming to various venues in and around Greater Manchester as part of a tour by Heartbreak Productions - the team behind previously produced shows from other popular Walliams. A brief introduction to gestalt in the context of emergency medicine.
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