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To claim two free tickets for the preview screening on Tuesday, April 21, choose a cinema from the list below, then click here and enter the movie password when prompted. You will be given a reservation number. Write it down and present at the cinema on the day of the screening with your e-mail confirmation.
Tickets are strictly subject to availability and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Screenings take place on Tuesday, April 21, at 6pm for a 6.30pm start.

Participating Vue cinemas:
London: Finchley Road, Fulham, Islington
Outside London: Basingstoke, Bristol Cribbs, Cheshire Oaks, Edinburgh Omni, Leeds Light, Leicester, Norwich, Oxford, Portsmouth, Reading, Sheffield, York

Click here to claim your tickets: entering booking code 8558


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http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/film/screen/article6099740.ece
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#1
Nope, No where near me!
#2
do you know when this is going live?
#3
Looks good, hopefully I'll get some tickets when it goes live

Password = [COLOR=red]8558[/COLOR] btw
Synopsis
Living in a small seaside town and growing up in a family-run retirement home, Edward (Bill Milner) isn’t your ordinary 10-year-old. He’s obsessed with ghosts, and his parents (Anne-Marie Duff and David Morrisey) worry about him. When Clarence (Michael Caine), a retired magician, comes to stay with the family, Edward is forced to interact with the grumpy old man. As the weeks progress, Clarence teaches Edward magic and persuades him to engage with the living, while the young boy helps Clarence confront the ghosts of his past.
From the producer of Little Miss Sunshine and the Harry Potter movies, and the director of Boy A, comes Is Anybody There?, a hilarious story about two unlikely friends who inspire each other to live life to the full.
To claim two free tickets for the preview screening on Tuesday, April 21, choose a cinema from the list below, then click here and enter the movie password when prompted. You will be given a reservation number. Write it down and present at the cinema on the day of the screening with your e-mail confirmation.
Is Anybody There? opens in cinemas on May 1
Tickets are strictly subject to availability and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Screenings take place on Tuesday, April 21, at 6pm for a 6.30pm start.
Participating Vue cinemas: London: Finchley Road, Fulham, Islington Outside London: Basingstoke, Bristol Cribbs, Cheshire Oaks, Edinburgh Omni, Leeds Light, Leicester, Norwich, Oxford, Portsmouth, Reading, Sheffield, York
Click here to claim your tickets: entering booking code 8558
#4
shame none near me, heat added tho
#5
It says on the booking page:

And please remember you will now need to bring the relevant page from the newspaper with you on the day or the screening along with your online reservation confirmation.

So unless we buy the paper as well its not possible to see it?
#6
butschwa;4943658
It says on the booking page:

And please remember you will now need to bring the relevant page from the newspaper with you on the day or the screening along with your online reservation confirmation.

So unless we buy the paper as well its not possible to see it?


You can register online for a 3 day trial of the e-magazine, if a member does this and posts a link to a copy in pdf or word format you can print the relevant page.

I did this for a previous screening I posted so hopefully another member will do the same :thumbsup:
#7
choc1969;4943716
You can register online for a 3 day trial of the e-magazine, if a member does this and posts a link to a copy in pdf or word format you can print the relevant page.

I did this for a previous screening I posted so hopefully another member will do the same :thumbsup:


http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/tools_and_services/subscriptions/e-paper/
#8
http://timesonline.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx

Not sure if this link will take you there. Ive signed up for the paper, but can't seem to get the full page saved!
#9
le_petit_chou;4968422
http://timesonline.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx

Not sure if this link will take you there. Ive signed up for the paper, but can't seem to get the full page saved!


install cutepdf........then print the page to this program.....you'll then need to upload the pdf copy to a free file sharing program, all we'll need then is the link :thumbsup:
#11
now live. sorry havnt done as suggested above but off to bed been up late studying. I got that it was live off mse
#12


thanks again for the Culture Page emag link :thumbsup:
#13


Thanks for the link to the online page.
#14
I've tried the link but ended up with a virus somehow, if anyone has successfully downloaded the pdf of the newspaper article to take with the voucher would they kindly email it to me, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Thanks so much
;0)
#15
The Times will no longer accept the pdf pf the online paper and require an original edition I'm afraid guys, so if you didn't buy it Sunday then you will not be let into the screening with the above copy.

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