Com­mu­nity cin­ema group brings more pop­u­lar films to Blair­gowrie

Blairgowrie Advertiser - - THE WEEKEND TICKET -

The next film of­fer­ings from com­mu­nity cin­ema group Strath­more Screen have been an­nounced.

The af­ter­noon film on Sun­day, Novem­ber 26, will be The Lego Nin­jago Movie (U) at 4pm, and the evening film at 7pm will be Breathe (12A).

The Lego Nin­jago Movie is the third in the Lego Movie fran­chise and of­fers more of the same com­puter an­i­mated ac­tion com­edy that has made its two pre­de­ces­sors so pop­u­lar.

Breathe is a bi­o­graph­i­cal film telling the story of Robin Cavendish, who be­came paral­ysed from the neck down by po­lio, aged 28. Robin, played by An­drew Garfield, was given just three months to live but be­came a pi­o­neer­ing ad­vo­cate for dis­abled peo­ple. Claire Foy stars as his wife.

Both films will be screened at Blair­gowrie Town Hall.

Tick­ets are on sale at Mitchell’s Newsagents on Blair­gowrie High Street, at Ca­lutek, or at the door, and are priced £6.50 for adults, £5.50 con­ces­sions and £5 for chil­dren.

Fam­ily tick­ets – for one adult and up to three chil­dren or two adults and two chil­dren – are £21.

Doors open 30 min­utes prior to each film. Re­fresh­ments and home bak­ing avail­able.

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