A Damsel In Distress (U)

Part of BFI Musicals Running from
Last event: Friday 17 January 2020 at 8pm
  • £12.00 (Ticket includes a welcome Candy Floss Martini)

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Part of: BFI Musicals! The Greatest Show on Screen

Directed by: George Stevens
Starring: Fred Astaire, Gracie Allen, Joan Fontaine, George Burns

Classic musical farce starring Fred Astaire and Joan Fontaine, A Damsel In Distress won the choreography Oscar for its ‘fun house’ dance routine – this special screening will bring the key moments to life as Storyhouse turns the clock back to celebrate the early cinema it was built to screen.

 

Part of  Let’s Face The Music (January 17 to 19)…  A special movie weekender celebrating the greatest Hollywood musical choreographers of the 1930s. Featuring the work of Busby Berkeley, Seymour Felix, Dave Gould and Hermes Pan. With immersive matinees, midnight martinis …and dance.

 

 

 

Certificate:

U

Duration

Approx 101 mins

Time details

Doors open at 7pm
Screening at 8pm

Languages:

English

Content Guidance:

Very mild innuendo

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