Lancaster’s Past On The Big Screen

Lancaster’s Past On The Big Screen

Lancaster’s past will be re-discovered on the big screen here on March 25.

Extraordinary treasures from the Lancaster of yesteryear will be revealed when we welcome back the North West Film Archive with their collections of professional and amateur footage exploring life in the city over the past century.

There will be two chances to see Lancaster On Film(U) at 2pm and 7.30pm.

The afternoon screening is part of our programme of events for people living with dementia, their families and friends – A Life More Ordinary(ALMO) – though everyone is welcome.

Light and sound is specially adjusted for the ALMO screenings and people can move around and come and go as they please during the film.

Pastoral care is not provided at ALMO events so a friend, relative or carer must also attend.

Tickets for the ALMO screening, which finishes at 4pm, are priced £6.50/£5.50 concessions with free admission for one friend, family member or carer. There’s a free pastry and a tea or coffee with each ticket. Tickets for the 7.30pm screening are £7.50/£6.50 concessions.