Hull has been named as the only city in Yorkshire to host a screening of the Royal Ballet’s adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, live from the Royal Opera House.
On Tuesday 11 June at 7pm, Trinity Square will be filled with 600 seats and people are being invited to come along for free with a picnic and watch Kenneth MacMillan’s celebrated ballet Romeo and Juliet, alongside a live audience at Covent Garden’s Royal Opera House and other screenings across the country.
This fantastic night of culture is part of the Royal Opera House’s ‘BP Big Screens’ programme which returns with live screenings of ballet and opera beamed across the UK at outdoor locations over the summer.
Trinity Market will be open throughout the event and seats at the screening will be on a first come first serve basis. Booking is not required.
PLEASE NOTE – DUE TO THE FORECAST THIS SCREENING HAS BEEN MOVED INSIDE THE MINSTER. ALL OTHER DETAILS REMAIN UNCHANGED
Situated in the heart of Hull's Old Town, Trinity Square is the former home of one of Hull's biggest markets. The Hull Minster stands proudly at one end, and after a huge regeneration project, the square has become a hive of activity, playing host to many local events.