Sharon Reid

 

The late Prince’s legacy shows no sign of abating, book yourself a seat at Festival Gardens, St Paul’s Cathedral to watch the Purple one’s semi -autobiographical Purple Rain. Originally released in 1984, Purple Rain was made to showcase Prince’s phenomenal musical talents and paved the way for the inevitable success of Purple Rain the soundtrack album which having sold over 22 million copies worldwide is the sixth best selling soundtrack album of all time.*

Nod along to ‘When Doves Cry’ and ‘Let’s Go Crazy’, fully immerse yourself in this 80’s musical classic while you relax in the award -winning Festival Gardens which surround the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral.

Purple Rain will be screened on Thursday 18th August at Festival Gardens, St Paul’s Cathedral, doors open at 19:15, film shown at 20:30. Prices £7.50 (for a spot on the grass) £10 (for a seat) to purchase tickets please visit: www.wegottickets.com. Please note this screening will be silent with WiFi headsets provided.

 

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