THIS cinema comes complete with multi-story barking — as dogs are allowed in to watch the movies.
Each Monday, pooches and owners lap up canine-themed flicks, including Lassie, with snacks provided.
But 2021’s violent The Power of the Dog is less likely to appeal to the excitable mutts at Manchester’s Ducie Street Warehouse.
Manager Nathan Wrigglesworth, 27, sagte: “It’s absolute chaos but it’s controlled chaos and that’s what people love about it.
“People don’t just want to take dogs on walks anymore – they want to involve them in their whole life.
“I’ve seen people take their dogs out for drinks and dinner – that’s the way the world is going.”
As well as providing snacks for the owners, Ducie Street ensure the pups remain well-fed – offering them a range of locally sourced treats and even ‘pawpcorn.’
Keeping the dogs calm in front of the big screen has proved to be difficult, however Nathan says that it’s all part of the fun.
Nathan said: “Only humans get seats – depending on how big they are, some dogs will sit on their laps or on the floor.
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“Most of them are off their leash, running around saying hello to each other.
“Whether the dogs are actually watching the film – that is still up for a debate.
With dozens of doggy flicks to choose from, the team have specially selected films that they think the dogs will enjoy the most.