MOVIE fans are in for a blockbuster experience when Trafford's new boutique cinema opens next week.

The new Everyman cinema in Altrincham town centre opens on Friday, November 9 with the premiere of The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (starring Keira Knightley and Helen Mirren) at 10am.

Unlike at most multiplex cinemas, Trafford cinephiles are invited to relax with glasses of wine, craft beer and cocktails in front of the big screen - all from the comfort of plush sofa seats.

There will even be waiter service from your seats, so you can order hot food, snacks and drinks without missing a minute of the movie.

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The cinema boasts a stylish restaurant, the Spielburger, serving up burgers, pizzas and a dessert menu.

Film fans will also be able to discuss the latest blockbusters over freshly made pizza, burgers and ice cream sundaes at the in-house Spielburger restaurant.

The town centre cinema will open on Friday, November 9 at 74-84 George Street. There will also be an entrance in Lower Market Street.

The opening weekend will also see Mike Leigh's action-packed, historical drama Peterloo, which brings to life the government-sanctioned massacre at a peaceful pro-democracy rally in Manchester in 1819.

The weekend will also see the release of the Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody and children's Christmas film The Grinch (starring Benedict Cumberbatch).

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Movie-goers can enjoy alcohol drinks and hot food from the comfort of their seats.

The boutique cinema may be just a third the size of the sprawling multiplexes found at the borough's retail parks, but families and film fans will be impressed with the state-of-the-art venue.

Films will be screened in full 4K glory, with digital Dolby sound and 3D capability for the fully immersive blockbuster experience.

Crispin Lilly, CEO of Everyman Cinemas said: “We’re so excited to create something special in Altrincham.

"Our focus is really on experience, from a fabulous bar and food and drink menu, including lovely wines and hand rolled pizzas, to comfy sofa seating and a great programme of film and events.

"We aim to make every guest’s visit special no matter what they choose to watch, and make them fall in love with a night at the cinema.”

The cinema will host the annual Everyman Music Film Festival, as well as special events around major film releases.

There is no parking provided on site, however there is public parking nearby and the Regent Road Car Park is only a three-minute walk from the cinema.

The independent cinema chain has 23 venues across the UK, including Birmingham, Bristol, London and York, and new venues set to open in Newcastle, Liverpool and Edinburgh next year.