Eurovision – Grand Final Live

Cinema | (12A) | 240 minutes |
13th May 2023

Join us for a fabulous Eurovision party hosted by Cumbria Pride.

Celebrate the biggest, brightest, and boldest music party of the year at Brewery Arts! Take to your seats in the comfort of our state-of-the-art Cinema to watch the Eurovision Grand Final, live on the big screen.

Dress in your best Euro-themed fancy dress, get comfortable, and tuck into a freshly-made pizza from the Bar & Restaurant, courtesy of the special £5 pizza deal available to Eurovision attendees throughout the night. A life-size cardboard cut-out of host, Graham Norton, will also be with us and available for selfies during the event.

Livestreamed from Liverpool by the BBC on behalf of Ukraine to a global audience of more than 160 million, the 67th Eurovision Grand Final will take place on Saturday 13 May from 8pm. Your ticket to watch the Eurovision Grand Final Live also includes a special preview of BBC Three’s new show ‘I Kissed a Boy’ presented by Dannii Minogue.

This is the first time, ever, that the Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final is being broadcasted live, allowing fans to come together and be ‘united by music’.

Cumbria Pride support the LGBT+ community in Cumbria. “Our mission is to increase LGBT+ visibility with an aim of raising awareness and improving community understanding!” Find out more

View all cinema listings here.


13th May 2023

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