A film full of laughs and fancy footwork, courtesy of Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds
How many ways are there to see a movie? Well, when you add movie magicians The Nomad Cinema into the conversation, the possibilities are endless. Nomad Cinema have no fixed home: they journey from venue to venue, always finding fresh pastures to screen cult classics and old favourites. For this one, get ready for the 1952 musical masterpiece, Singin' in the Rain. Is there a better way to spend a summer’s evening than in the company of Gene Kelly, directing and performing in one of Hollywood’s most famous musicals? The answer, of course, is no. Set in Hollywood in 1927, this film takes a light-hearted look at Tinseltown’s transition from silent to talkies, and how the film stars of the time coped with it. Kelly plays Don Lockwood, a whipsmart actor looking for his next big picture to launch him right into the new cinematic era of sound. He's joined by Kathy Selden, a bright young chorus girl looking to make her own mark in Hollywood. Bring your brollies and shine your galoshes, but don’t worry, it won’t rain (hopefully). Singin', tap dancin' and brolly twirlin' are heavily encouraged. Your tickets includes a hot meal from Madame Gautier and a glass of fizz on arrival. Choose between: - Poulet au Citron: chicken breast in a light lemon, Dijon mustard and mint sauce with courgettes, leeks and a touch of cream with rice - Mushroom Provençal with chargrilled vegetables in a herb roasted tomato sauce with rice "There is no movie musical more fun than Singin' In The Rain, and few that remain as fresh over the years." – Robert Ebert Certificate: U. Runtime: 1 hour 42 minutes.
"Watching Singin' in the Rain is an exuberant, magical experience a journey deep into the heart of feel-good territory."