Pe­cu­liar tale full of mys­tery

Pilbara News - - Lifestyle -

Miss Pere­grine’s Home for Pe­cu­liar Chil­dren, Novem­ber 11, 7.30pm Moon­rise Cinema Kar­ratha Visit moon­rise.com.au

This Fri­day, Novem­ber 11, head to Moon­rise Cinema for a night of pe­cu­liar­ity.

Miss Pere­grine’s Home for Pe­cu­liar Chil­dren plays from 7pm.

When his beloved grand­fa­ther leaves Jake clues to a mys­tery that spans dif­fer­ent worlds and times, he finds a mag­i­cal place known as Miss Pere­grine’s School for Pe­cu­liar Chil­dren.

But the mys­tery and dan­ger deepen as he gets to know the res­i­dents and learns about their spe­cial pow­ers and ter­ri­fy­ing en­e­mies.

Ul­ti­mately, Jake dis­cov­ers that only his own spe­cial pe­cu­liar­ity can save his new friends.

Tick­ets for Miss Pere­grine’s Home for Pe­cu­liar Chil­dren are on sale now at www.moon risecin­ema.com.au and can be pur­chased at the venue on the night if they have not sold out be­fore.

Moon­rise Cinema is lo­cated at the TAFE cam­pus off Dampier High­way and has the sup­port of the City of Kar­ratha, Wood­side Pluto LNG and Rio Tinto.

To stay up to date with the film pro­gram, fol­low Moon­rise Cinema on Face­book.

Pic­ture: 20th Cen­tury Fox

Miss Pere­gringe’s Home for Pe­cu­liar Chil­dren screens at the Moon­rise Cinema in Kar­ratha this week­end.

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