Sky Room Cinema brings Eurovision to the big screen – LIVE!

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Didn’t manage to get tickets to the live final in Liverpool? Don’t fret, MK Gallery is bringing the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 LIVE to its Sky Room Cinema.

Fans of Eurovision can now book tickets to the live streaming and join the party as Liverpool, the ‘World Capital of Pop’, hosts the 67th final of the ever-popular international singing contest – on behalf of Ukraine – on the 13 May.

All the dazzling performances and nail-biting scoring rounds will up on the big screen, and with hot dogs, nachos and drinks available from the cinema kiosk it will no doubt be a night to remember. Tickets include a goody bag and fancy dress is positively encouraged. To book your place at the party go to www. Eurovision 2023 – MK Gallery

Liverpool was chosen following a strong city bid and the cultural offer of the Host City in reflecting Ukraine’s win in 2022.

Eurovision Song Contest Executive Supervisor Martin Österdahl welcomed the news:

‘Liverpool is the ideal place to host the 67th Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Ukraine.

This will be the first Eurovision Song Contest to be held in the UK in 25 years and, as we work with our Host Broadcaster, the BBC, to celebrate Ukraine’s victory, this unique production promises to be a very special one indeed.’

The Eurovision Song Contest began as a technical experiment in television broadcasting: the live, simultaneous, transnational broadcast that Europe has now been watching for nearly 70 years was in the late 1950s a marvel.

The first Eurovision Song Contest was held on May 24, 1956, and saw seven nations compete: the Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, France, Luxembourg and Italy. Austria and Denmark wanted to take part but missed the deadline, and the United Kingdom sent their apologies as they were busy with their own contest that year.

For further information contact MK Gallery

01908 676 900