HIT film Fisherman’s Friends: One For All comes to the screen at Halstead’s Empire Theatre.

Starring James Purefoy, Dave John’s and Halstead’s very own Sam Swainsbury, it is a sequel to the first Fisherman’s Friends film.

Following the success of their first album, the Fisherman’s Friends struggle to adjust to their newly found fame and work towards to their second album.

The film is showing at the Wednesday matinee on February 8, with doors opening at 2pm for 2.30pm start.

The children’s film on Saturday, February 11, is Lyle Lyle Crocodile.

The film is based on the children’s book about a crocodile which lives in New York City, helping the Primm family and playing with all the kids.

But one neighbour thinks he should be in a zoo.

Doors open at 10.30am for an 11am start. All seats are £3.

Another great film to look forward to on Wednesday, February 15, will be The Lost King, detailing the finding of King Richard III’s remains in a Leicester car park.

The Empire is also taking bookings for the first live streaming of the year from the Royal Opera House, The Barber of Seville, on Wednesday, February 15, at 7.15 pm.

Seats can be booked by calling 07778 025490 from 4pm to 9pm, Monday to Friday, and Saturday from noon to 4pm, or online at empire-theatre.co.uk.

Tickets are £15.50, or £12.50 for under 18s.