The Village Screen/ Ferris Bueller’s Day Off & Clueless at Victoria Baths

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor

The Village Screen/ Ferris Bueller's Day Off & Clueless at Victoria Baths at Victoria Baths, Manchester 13 — 14 July 2018 Tickets from £13.20 — Book now

The Village Screen returns to Manchester’s Victoria Baths with a pair of well-loved teen classics this July. Setting up the big screen at one end of the beautiful Grade II listed swimming baths, the pop-up cinema specialists have lined up Matthew Broderick’s roguish turn in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off for Friday 13th July, before turning to Amy Heckerling’s much-quoted comedy Clueless for Saturday 14th.

As usual, The Village Screen have lined up some of the North’s best street food traders, including Shoot The Bull, The Blue Caribou Canteen and Mama Sue’s. We’re also promised DJ’s, games and, of course, a fully stocked bar including themed cocktails to get you in the mood for some sharply written slices of coming-of-age nostalgia.

The Village Screen/ Ferris Bueller's Day Off & Clueless at Victoria Baths at Victoria Baths, Manchester 13 — 14 July 2018 Tickets from £13.20 Book now

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