FILM SCREENING: Derek Jarman – ‘The Garden’

As part of the queer infoshop we're bringing you an exclusive viewing of Derek Jarmans award winning 1990 film The Garden...

Where: Woodend Gallery, Scarborough, YO11 2PW

When: Sunday 23rd October, 4:30-6 PM

Pay What You Can // Booking required


Booking is required for this exclusive viewing of iconic queer filmography, viewing for one night only. Including a small talk beforehand from artist and curator Martha Cattell.



Before our film screening of Derek Jarman’s ‘The Garden’ we have a queer community picnic which you are warmly invited to attend! Click here to learn more about that!

The film screening, also happening alongside the exhibition at Woodend Gallery is also partly in response to the idea of creating an outdoor space indoors. The Woodend Gallery is now playing host to a brand new series of works from the students at Blueberry Academy… over the past couple of months, we’ve been working closely with the students alongside artist and gardener Meg Woodward-Hay in producing an exciting body of work directly made and influenced from our shared community Garden!

The venue is wheelchair accessible, with an accessible bathroom and changing facilities. For more information about the venue head to the Woodend website:  Large print captions are available from the front desk at Woodend, and download our accessible document about the space:
Email Martha with any further questions:

Covid Updates:
Masks are still recommended to wear unless exempt, social distancing and regular hand sanitizing are both still strongly advised. For more information view our full Covid update here.



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Woodend Gallery, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 2PW