Pinocchio (1940)

Wed 10th July 2024

Cults & Classics 2024 invites you to a whimsical and fantastical afternoon with Pinocchio at Queen’s Park Arena, presented by Inhouse CIC! Immerse yourself in the magical world of Disney’s timeless animated classic, where a wooden puppet embarks on a journey of self-discovery and learns the importance of honesty and bravery.

In Pinocchio, the charming yet mischievous puppet Pinocchio is brought to life by the Blue Fairy and is guided by the wise Jiminy Cricket. As he encounters a series of adventures and challenges, Pinocchio discovers the value of telling the truth and the transformative power of courage and kindness.

This cinematic masterpiece has captivated audiences with its memorable characters, enchanting music, and the timeless lessons it imparts. Pinocchio is a classic Disney tale that resonates with viewers of all ages, reminding us of the enduring magic of storytelling and the importance of staying true to oneself.

Join us for an afternoon of cinematic enchantment as we revisit the beloved narrative of Pinocchio at Queen’s Park Arena. Secure your tickets and get ready for a nostalgic journey into a world where wishes come true, and the lessons learned last a lifetime in this Disney classic!

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It is very important that you read the site rules on our website before booking a ticket. Site rules, accessibility information and how to get there, visit the FAQ’s on our website: https://qpa.inhouse.scot/faq. For further assistance, please contact our customer support team at cic@inhouse.scot. Please note we are run by volunteers and may take some time to respond, particularly around the events season.

This film is rated U, under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult.

Inhouse CIC funds these screenings, if you enjoy our events please consider a donation: https://qpa.inhouse.scot/donate. Your donations help keep our events free and affordable for everyone.

Event Location

Queen's Park Arena,
Queen's Park,
Glasgow,
G42 8QR

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Event Times

13:30 - 16:30

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