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Celibacy Debate & Conspiracy Of Silence £30 per ticket @ Odeon London - West End
Celibacy Debate & Conspiracy Of Silence  £30 per ticket @ Odeon London - West End

Celibacy Debate & Conspiracy Of Silence £30 per ticket @ Odeon London - West End

"BOOK NOW to see this great film!"
Tue 14/09

You can watch this film at the following cinema:
London - West End


"Conspiracy of Silence will be followed by a unique debate and a rare opportunity to hear leading Catholic voices discuss the most important issue facing the Catholic Church today – celibacy.

Chaired by Ernie Rae, broadcaster and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Beyond Belief. Speakers: Professor Tina Beattie, Roman Catholic theologian, broadcaster and writer, Roehampton University; Helena Kennedy QC, leading human rights lawyer; Frank Skinner, stand-up comedian, broadcaster and football fan; Bishop Malcolm McMahon, Roman Catholic Bishop of Nottingham; Jack Valero, Communications Director Opus Dei UK & Coordinator Catholic Voices; Fr. Stephen Wang, Dean of Studies, Allen Hall Seminary. The film’s writer/director, John Deery, will also be in attendance plus special guests."
- diGriz

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sounds a good film - didnt take tix - too far to travel - enjoy

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DarkAng3L
I'm confused
You've posted this in deals but don't state any kind of price or clue as to what the price is
Can you possibly give a bit more information?
From what I can see this is £30 a ticket
I aint been to the cinema for a few weeks but I'm sure it wasn't £30 when I went
Unless I'm missing something this is a thread saying that you can watch a film called "Celibacy Debate & Conspiracy Of Silence" in the 14th September in London for £30
LINK Hit "Continue with my booking"

Edited by: "andywedge" 24th Jul 2010

You are missing something Mr Wedge. If you read the entire description of the film:

"Conspiracy of Silence will be followed by a unique debate and a rare opportunity to hear leading Catholic voices discuss the most important issue facing the Catholic Church today – celibacy.

Chaired by Ernie Rae, broadcaster and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Beyond Belief. Speakers: Professor Tina Beattie, Roman Catholic theologian, broadcaster and writer, Roehampton University; Helena Kennedy QC, leading human rights lawyer; Frank Skinner, stand-up comedian, broadcaster and football fan; Bishop Malcolm McMahon, Roman Catholic Bishop of Nottingham; Jack Valero, Communications Director Opus Dei UK & Coordinator Catholic Voices; Fr. Stephen Wang, Dean of Studies, Allen Hall Seminary. The film’s writer/director, John Deery, will also be in attendance plus special guests."

But you are right, that should be in the description of the deal.

So the leading Catholic voices are charging about £24 a head to justify themselves? Guess the Catholic church have hit on hard times.

gets my vote as most bizarre deal i have seen on this site

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andywedge

DarkAng3LI'm confusedYou've posted this in deals but don't state any … DarkAng3LI'm confusedYou've posted this in deals but don't state any kind of price or clue as to what the price isCan you possibly give a bit more information?From what I can see this is £30 a ticketI aint been to the cinema for a few weeks but I'm sure it wasn't £30 when I wentUnless I'm missing something this is a thread saying that you can watch a film called "Celibacy Debate & Conspiracy Of Silence" in the 14th September in London for £30 LINK Hit "Continue with my booking"



I have no idea what happened with my original post. It had a different title and content. It was supposed to be a screening... Sorry for any confusion, that was not my intention.

Frank Skinner is a leading Catholic voice?!?

I nominate him for the next Pope.

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alasrati

You are missing something Mr Wedge. If you read the entire description of … You are missing something Mr Wedge. If you read the entire description of the film:"Conspiracy of Silence will be followed by a unique debate and a rare opportunity to hear leading Catholic voices discuss the most important issue facing the Catholic Church today – celibacy. Chaired by Ernie Rae, broadcaster and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Beyond Belief. Speakers: Professor Tina Beattie, Roman Catholic theologian, broadcaster and writer, Roehampton University; Helena Kennedy QC, leading human rights lawyer; Frank Skinner, stand-up comedian, broadcaster and football fan; Bishop Malcolm McMahon, Roman Catholic Bishop of Nottingham; Jack Valero, Communications Director Opus Dei UK & Coordinator Catholic Voices; Fr. Stephen Wang, Dean of Studies, Allen Hall Seminary. The film’s writer/director, John Deery, will also be in attendance plus special guests."But you are right, that should be in the description of the deal.


diGriz has added to OP

andywedge

diGriz has added to OP



Copied and pasted from alasrati's post. Credit to alasrati for the info.
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