Tomorrow’s free Royal Ballet screening has been moved to Hull Minster due to the weather forecast.
The screening of Kenneth MacMillan’s celebrated ballet Romeo and Juliet was due to take place in Trinity Square.
The non-ticketed event will still have 600 seats available on a first-come, first-serve basis. It starts at 7pm.
Trinity Market will still be opening late for the event.
It is part of the Royal Opera House’s BP Big Screens programme., which will see ballet and opera beamed across the UK at various locations over the summer.
Hull will be the only city in Yorkshire to host a screening of the Royal Ballet’s adaptation of Romeo and Juliet.