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Easter Parade

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Two of the finest motion picture performers ever, join together in their only cinematic pairing as Fred Astaire tries to turn chorus girl Judy Garland into a star in order to show up his former partner.

Among the musical highlights are Astaire's slow-motion version of Steppin' Out, the Astaire/Garland duet We're a Couple of Swells, and the closing performance of the title number.

Screening as part of Dementia Friendly Cinema, our popular screening programme for people with dementia and their families and carers. Find out more here.

Tickets: £4.50/Carers go free

Director(s): Charles Walters   Country of Origin: United States  Year: 1948   Running Time: 1hr 48 mins  
BBFC Advice: U Suitable for all  

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April 2017
Thu 27
  • 13:30 (C) (Dementia Friendly)
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C : Classic , E : Electra , G : Gallery , R : Roxy

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