A VARIED line up of Big Screen events sees tales of pop star sensations, cinematic classics and beloved children’s characters centre stage at Vue Barrow this month.

Following their landmark Love Yourself tour, Korean supergroup BTS return to Vue to give fans a glimpse of superstardom on Wednesday, August 7, and Saturday, August 10, with Bring the Soul: The Movie. The film shows band members on a rooftop in Paris just one day after the conclusion of their European tour, recalling their favourite stories from their travels across the globe. The movie unveils the world of one of the biggest boybands ever through spectacular concert performances and intimate group discussions.

Forty years after its original release, Francis Ford Coppola’s timeless masterpiece Apocalypse Now returns to the big screen on Tuesday, August 13, with the never seen before Apocalypse Now Final Cut. Restored from the original negative for the first time ever, the same haunting journey into madness that has fascinated generations of movie lovers now features improved sound, visuals and even a question and answer session with Coppola and director Steven Soderbergh.

Also coming up at Vue Barrow on Friday, August 23, is Horrid Henry back in style with the fantastically brilliant compilation of favourite episodes and brand new music videos. Featuring the best and most horrid of stories, Horrid Henry on the big screen sees Henry setting off on a vile vacation, becoming King Henry the Horrible and liking it too much, becoming a grown up and, even trying to go to school.

Meanwhile, Glyndebourne 2019: The Magic Flute is screened on Sunday, and on Wednesday, August 14, NT Live: The Lehman Trilogy (Encore).