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Singin In The Rain

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Widely considered the greatest ever Hollywood musical, Singin' In The Rain returns to our screens for Dementia friendly cinema. Possessing all the magic ingredients of star quality in Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds' with the most amazing dance sequences, memorable songs, story line and laugh out loud comedy.

The setting is 1927 Hollywood during the transition from silent movies to talkies with Don Lockwood (Kelly) the darling of the silent silver screen. With the advent of sound in motion pictures, it is decided to turn Don's new film into a talkie and a musical at that. The only problem is his co-star Lina's voice, which could shatter glass. Don's brainwave to get bright newcomer Kathy (Reynolds) to dub over Lina's speaking and singing voice in secret, but soon romance gets in the way.

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): Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly   Country of Origin: United States  Year: 1952  
BBFC Advice: U Suitable for all  

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