Pop icons Westlife will take centre stage at Bury’s cinema this weekend with their live-sold-out Wembley concert on show.

The band is broadcasting their spectacular gig from London at cinemas across the UK on Saturday and Sunday.

The live broadcast of their 'Wild Dreams Tour' will take place in cinemas on Saturday, August 6 at 8.30pm. For those unable to make it, an encore screening will also take place on Sunday, August 7 at 3pm.

Bury's Vue cinema at The Rock will not be showing the show on Saturday but will be screening the performance on Sunday at 3pm.

Other nearby locations such as Bolton and Manchester will be showing the Saturday gig though.

This will be the band’s first performance at Wembley and they will play their legendary hits such as Uptown girl, Flying Without Wings, You raise me up and If I Let You Go.

Members Shane, Nicky, Mark and Kian have invited fans everywhere to come together in their local cinema and share in this "unforgettable live experience, up close and personal".

Ahead of the event, the band said: “Without a doubt, Wembley stadium will be a career-high and a real ‘pinch yourself’ moment in our lives. 

“After a two-year wait, August 6th will be the biggest show we have ever undertaken in the UK and all under the arch of one of the world’s most iconic venues.

“To now announce that the show will be screened live in cinemas right across the UK, Ireland and Europe, allowing our fans who won’t be there on the night to enjoy it in real time too is something really special for us.

“We will be giving Wembley everything we’ve got on the night with all of our Greatest Hits included!

“It really is going to be incredible.

“Don’t miss this!”

Westlife formed more than 20 years ago and have sold over 55m records worldwide being the only band to have their first 7 singles enter the UK chart at number 1.

The concert will be broadcast across 500 cinemas in the UK and tickets for the event are priced at £20 per person and can be bought online via the Vue website.