Britain’s Got Talent Finalists Boogie Storm to officially open Scene: The Motion Picture Exhibition this Saturday, July 9th.

This Saturday, Britain’s Got Talent finalists and ‘Golden Buzzer’ act Boogie Storm will officially open Scene: The Motion Picture Exhibition at 10:00.

‘Golden Buzzer’ Stars Boogie Storm

Simon Cowell’s dancing Stormtroopers and ‘Golden Buzzer’ act secured themselves a spot in the 2016 final. They lost out narrowly to magician Richard Jones.

Boogie Storm will officially open the new attraction at 10:00 inside the Winter Gardens Blackpool. Following this, there will be pictures with the public and a performance in St. Johns Square later in the morning.

Intergalactic Performances

For this weekend only to celebrate the official opening, a replica Optimus Prime will take centre stage in St. Johns Square. In addition, there will be a free, outdoor screening of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ and an appearance by Titan the Robot.

Scene is a three-week exhibition which features stunning fan made replica sets, props and vehicles. Included for your viewing pleasure will be Knight Rider’s Kitt, a Star Wars speeder and Back To The Future’s DeLorean. The exhibition opens on Saturday, the 9th of July and opens daily through to Sunday July the 31st.

A Varied Exhibition

The Pavilion and Horseshoe theatres within the Winter Gardens will feature over twenty different themes, including a combination of fan-made replica props and costumes. There will also SCENE - DARTH VADERbe famous TV and movie cars that have been used in exhibitions and conventions across the country.

Visitors will be taken on a journey from deep space to Jurassic Park. You can view New York City’s Ghostbusters, Route 66’s Lightning McQueen and the Australian wasteland of Mad Max.

Is your niche genre sci-fi, action, 1980s American TV or horror? Whatever your taste,Scene has got something for everyone at affordable family prices.

Scene at the Winter Gardens is open from 10:00am daily from Saturday, the 9th of July.

Adult Tickets: £9.95

Child and Concession Tickets: £6.95.

For more information about the event and the special shows, click here.