Outdoor cinema is back in the Théâtre de Verdure in Nice, running over the next month with a great lineup of movies for all to enjoy!
The Cinémathèque de Nice in conjunction with la Ville de Nice once again will be turning the Théâtre de Verdure into an open air cinema, allowing the good citizens make the most of the balmy summer evenings while watching their favourite stars of the screen, just a stone’s throw from the Mediterranean.
The programme for the remaining nights is as follows:-
Monday, 29th July – The Bridges of Madison County (Clint Eastwood, 1995 – duration 2h15)
Monday, 5th August – Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (Brad Bird, 2011 – duration 2h14)
Monday, 12th August – The Great Gatsby (Jack Clayton, 1974 – duration 2h18)
Monday, 19th August – Shine a Light (Martin Scorcese, 2008 – duration 2h02)
All movies will be shown in the original English version, with subtitles in French. Entry for all shows is only €2, and children under 12 get in for free, once accompanied by an adult. Tickets are available on the door from 7:30pm each night, and shows start at 9:30pm. And you are advised to bring a cushion and blanket with you, for your own comfort!
As a further incentive to moviegoers, your Ciné Prom’ ticket entitles you to a reduced tariff of €6 at a number of local cinemas (Pathé Lingostière, Pathé Masséna, Pathé Paris, Rialto and Variétés) up until the end of September.
There are of course other outdoor cinemas in the region, including one in Monaco with movies on every night. Once again, all shows are VO with subtitles and tickets cost €11, payable at the door.
Lead image credit: icetray / 123RF Stock Photo; Monaco outdoor cinema image courtesy Cinema2Monaco website