A cinema in Bolton will be showcasing the "epic" two-part finale of a beloved sci-fi series. 

The current season of Doctor Who is set to end on June 22, with the final two episodes to be released. 

The long-running sci-fi show recently changed the eponymous Doctor to Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa, with writer Russell T Davies returning to the series after his original stint in the mid to late 2000s. 

Now, fans in Bolton will get a chance to see the finale on the big screen, with Vue Bolton set to screen it. 

The cinema, which is based at Middlebrook Retail Park, will show the episode late on June 21, the day before it is to be shown on television. 

For tickets and further information, visit: https://www.myvue.com/film/doctor-who-series-14-finale

It will be shown on two screens at once, between 11pm and 1.25am. 

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The two episodes, The Legend of Ruby Sunday and Empire of Death, will be shown back-to-back. 

Ncuti Gatwa and Millie Gibson as The Doctor and Ruby SundayNcuti Gatwa and Millie Gibson as The Doctor and Ruby Sunday (Image: James Pardon/Bad Wolf/BBC Studios)

A Vue spokesperson said: "Experience time and space on the big screen with Ncuti Gatwa as The Doctor and Millie Gibson as Ruby Sunday and celebrate an epic two-part end of season finale at your local Vue on Friday, June 21.

"Be among the first to watch the final episode, Empire of Death, which promises to blow your socks off!

"The Doctor and Ruby Sunday have faced the Bogeyman, fought against Maestro, and survived the battlefield of Kastarion 3. In the epic two-part season finale, the Doctor and Ruby arrive at UNIT headquarters on a top-secret mission and a long-buried secret awaits.
"Screening starts at 11pm with The Legend of Ruby Sunday, followed by Empire of Death."