27 Apr 23
For the first time EVER, the Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final show will be broadcast LIVE into cinemas across the UK, allowing fans to come together and be 'united by music' sharing in the incredible experience of celebrating the biggest, brightest, boldest music party of the year on the big screen!
Hosted this year in Liverpool by the BBC on behalf of Ukraine to a global audience of more than 160 million, the 67th Eurovision Grand Final will take place on Saturday 13th May.
Eurovision fans will be able to take to their seats with their friends in their local cinema to view a special preview of BBC Three's new show 'I Kissed a Boy' presented by Dannii Minogue before the Grand Final takes place from 8pm.
To mark the occasion our team has whipped up a delicious cocktail: Let's Have A Kiki, available for £6. This glass full of colour will help you get your night started!
We'll be going all out with decorations, goodie bags and scorecards as always so you can cast your votes for your favourite numbers.
Your ticket includes a glass of Prosecco, a pint of Camden Hells, or a soft drink of your choice. Cheers!
You'll also get a fantastic goodie bag, and the night will be hosted by a live compère.
Outside of London:
Duke Of York's, Brighton (£35) – SOLD OUT
Picturehouse at Fact, Liverpool
Join us for the Eurovision Grand Final on the big screen! We'll be going all out with decorations. Our bars will be fully stocked and open throughout the event.
Outside of London:
Dukes At Komedia, Brighton (Family-friendly)
1. Ukraine | Heart Of Steel
2. United Kingdom | I Wrote A Song
3. Sweden | Tattoo
4. Finland | Cha Cha Cha
5. Norway | Queen Of Kings
6. Austria | Who The Hell Is Edgar?
7. France | Évidemment
8. Czechia | My Sister's Crown
9. Israel | Unicorn
10. Armenia | Future Lover
11. Slovenia | Carpe Diem
12. Moldova | Soarele şi Luna
13. Serbia | Samo Mi Se Spava
14. Poland | Solo
15. Georgia | Echo
16. Netherlands | Burning Daylight
17. Portugal | Ai Coração
18. Italy | Due Vite
19. Spain | Eaea
20. Switzerland | Watergun
21. Estonia | Bridges
22. Iceland | Power
23. Australia | Promise
24. Denmark | Breaking My Heart
25. Malta | Dance (Our Own Party)
26. Belgium | Because Of You
27. Cyprus | Break A Broken Heart
28. Lithuania | Stay
29. Ireland | We Are One
30. Germany | Blood & Glitter
31. Azerbaijan | Tell Me More
32. Greece | What They Say
33. San Marino | An Animal
34. Latvia | Aijā
35. Croatia | Mama ŠČ!
36. Romania | D.G.T (Off And On)
37. Albania | Duje
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