Set sail to sea and see John, Paul, George and Ringo on the big screen during a special 50th anniversary screening of the Beatles’ animated classic Yellow Submarine, hosted by Spokane Public Radio. Fans of the film adore its fun, meandering adventure as the Fab Four explore the many seas — of time, science, holes, monsters and green — before heading to the magical Pepperland to help defeat the love-crushing Blue Meanies. Beyond its psychedelic story, the film is still recognized for its groundbreaking work in art and animation inspired by 1960s pop-art styles. The Movies 101 trio, including the Inlander’s own Nathan Weinbender, are also hosting a live pre-show taping to discuss the film’s lasting impact and the Beatles’ legacy. In the lobby, make sure to check out 4000 Holes’ Beatles and Yellow Submarine memorabilia display.
Wed, Aug. 8 at 6:30 pm • $15 • All ages • Bing Crosby Theater • 901 W. Sprague • bingcrosbytheater.com or spokanepublicradio.org
— Chey Scott