YELLOW SUBMARINE (U) Outdoor Screening

YELLOW SUBMARINE (U) Outdoor Screening

Date
31/08/2018

Time
8:00 pm - 10:15 pm

Booking
This event has already happened, so can't be booked.

Venue
Victoria Quays. See venue details and map...

Details

Dir. George Dunning | 1968 | UK, USA | 1hr 25mins

Sensoria kicks off early this year with a special open air screening of the restored Yellow Submarine, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ classic psychedelic animation that sees the Fab Four set out to save the music-loving inhabitants of Pepperland

When it was first released in 1968 at the height of the pop psychedelic era, the Beatles’ animated feature Yellow Submarine was immediately hailed by audiences and critics alike as another Fab Four masterpiece.

Saturated with the group’s trademark humour and personality and propelled by classic Beatles songs, including the title Lennon-McCartney song as well as “Eleanor Rigby,” “WhenI’m Sixty-Four” and “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds”, Yellow Submarine was, and is, a pioneering, surreal and visually stunning animated feature. 

TICKETS £9 full price / £7.50 conc.s adv. [£15 / £10 on the night]

  • “Has there ever been an animated feature as deliriously infectious, as blissed out on its eye-candy surrealism, or as sheerly madly gorgeous as ‘Yellow Submarine.’”? Owen Gleiberman – Variety

Outdoor screening as part of Anim18 with special food & drink offers including bespoke ‘Blue Meanie’ ice creams, the Sunshine Pizza Oven and more. There will be refreshments on site.

Please note this is an outdoor screening (seats available) on the Canal Basin area of Victoria Quays. Please wrap up warm and feel free to bring blankets.

Victoria Quays is cobbled and uneven in places so please wear flat, sensible footwear.
This is a waterfront location, please aware of the water’s edge.
Under 16 year olds should be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Sorry no refunds.

Note – Yellow Submarine contains some psychedelic scenes that some viewers with visual or sensory sensitivities may find disorienting.



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