Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

Mon 8th July 2024

Cults & Classics 2024 sets sail for a swashbuckling adventure with Pirates of the Caribbean at Queen’s Park Arena, presented by Inhouse CIC! Immerse yourself in the thrilling and humorous world of Captain Jack Sparrow and his crew in this cinematic journey through the high seas.

In Pirates of the Caribbean, Johnny Depp stars as the eccentric and charismatic Captain Jack Sparrow, whose quest for treasure and adventure leads him on a perilous journey. With cursed Aztec gold, undead pirates, and a touch of magic, the film combines action, humour, and a captivating storyline that has made it a beloved classic.

This cinematic gem is known for its charismatic characters, memorable quotes, and the perfect blend of swashbuckling action and supernatural elements. Pirates of the Caribbean is a joyful ride that has captured the hearts of audiences with its humour, wit, and timeless sense of adventure.

Join us for an evening of cinematic escapism as we revisit the high-seas adventure of Pirates of the Caribbean at Queen’s Park Arena. Secure your tickets and get ready for a thrilling voyage filled with humour, treasure, and the unforgettable charm of Captain Jack Sparrow!

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It is very important that you read the site rules on our website before booking a ticket. For 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 12, under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult.

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Event Location

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

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Event Times

17:00 - 22:30

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