They say January is the most depressing month of the year, so what a fitting time to commemorate the passing of 'The Godfather of Gloom,' Mr. Leonard Cohen.
We will be showing 'Leonard Cohen - Live at the Isle of Wight 1970' in aid of CALM, the campaign against living miserably. This a charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, the biggest single killer of men aged 20 - 45 in the UK.
Woolton Picture House is an Art Deco gem, and has been voted one of the Top 20 film venues in Britain. Capacity for the cinema is 250, so this will be a lovely, intimate place to watch such an amazing gig.
It may be possible to do a showing of 'Ladies and Gentlemen, Mr. Leonard Cohen' before the concert screening. Further details to be confirmed.
Leonard Cohen - Live at Woolton Picture House
4.30pm - 7pm Saturday 28th January 2017.
Tickets are £6.50 each, but you can donate more to CALM if you'd like to!
This is a private viewing and the cinema has been hired for CALM, so Woolton Cinema are not responsible for organising the event.
Alcohol is on sale via the Picture House, so you can raise a glass to Leonard.
If you have any questions, please contact
Woolton Picture House, 3 Mason St, Liverpool, L25 5JH.