Urban Entertainment were proud to be screening partner for the Regional Premiere of Dads Army.

Dads Army Premiere Urban Entertainment

Urban Entertainment were proud to be chosen to be the screening partner for the Regional Premiere of the new Dads Army film at the amazing The Spa Bridlington.

Working with Screen Yorkshire, Universal Pictures, Live Cinema and East Riding council, we provided our brand new 24ft x 13.5ft AIRSCREEN that was a perfect fit in the stunning Theatre, the film was played through our BARCO 18500 ANSI Lumens DCP Digital projector, giving the event a premium service to which the Dads Army Premiere deserved.

Because of this unique Dads Army Premiere screening in an area where most of the film was shot, audience members were treated to a pre film speech from BAFTA award winning director Oliver Parker,  producer Damian Jones and cast member Felicity Montagu.

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Dad’s Army was Filmed in and Around Bridlington, East Riding Of Yorkshire also at Flamborough The Town of Walmington – On – Sea is Actually the Old Town in Bridlington where most of the shops had a Make Under to look like Jones Butchers, Frazers Funeral Parlour and The Marigold Tea Rooms when watching the film take note of some of the shop signs and advertising hoardings which give a nod to the Actors and writers of the original Dad’s Army Television programme which Starred Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, and Clive Dunn.

Urban Entertainment Dads Army Screening

Press Release :

Universal Pictures, Screen Yorkshire and DJ films are delighted to announce that Dad’s Army will be released in cinemas across the UK on Friday 5th February 2016. The feature film based on the much-loved iconic British comedy shot on location in Yorkshire for seven weeks and wrapped on the 3rd December.

Directed by BAFTA award-winning directorOliver Parker, the film brings together a stellar, award- winning British cast and has been written for the big screen byHamish McColl and produced by Damian Jones. The film was packaged by Wiggin EP and is backed by Screen Yorkshire through the Yorkshire Content Fund.