QUAD presents three musical-themed films on the big screen at Derby Cathedral in March. Building upon the successes of recent collaborations with Derby Cathedral, three blockbuster feel-good classics will be screened in the historic surroundings of the Cathedral nave.
Grease (PG), Friday 27th March, 6.10pm, with doors open from 5:30pm.
The ultimate High School Musical is set amid the 1950s teenage social and peer prejudices of the tumultuous final year of high school. The story about love found on a summer beach, then lost and found again.
Dirty Dancing (12A), Friday 27th March, 8.40pm with doors from 8:20pm.
Features drama, music and romance as Frances “Baby” Houseman spends summer in a holiday camp, unexpectedly falling in love with the dance instructor Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze).
The Greatest Showman (PG), Saturday 28th March, 6.15pm with doors open from 5.45pm.
The best-selling musical based on the true tale of the life of showman P.T. Barnum. Starring Hugh Jackman as the legendary figure.
The Revd Canon Dr Elizabeth Thomson, Acting Dean of Derby, said:
“I am delighted that Derby Cathedral is welcoming these QUAD film screenings in spring. These are films about music and dance, promise and human failure, forgiveness and love. Come and watch them in the beautiful surroundings of a Cathedral which is built around music and forgiveness and love.”
Adam Buss, QUAD CEO said:
“Derby Cathedral is one of the finest buildings in the city, and we are proud to collaborate with our city partners. Our Christmas film screenings at the Cathedral were sold-out successes, and we’re looking forward to bringing cinema back to these fantastic surroundings.”
Tickets for the screenings are £11 or £9 for concessions, including anyone aged 25 or under. For more information, please visit the QUAD website or call the Box Office on 01332 290606.