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Free Preview screening of The Queen (Certificate PG-13)
Free Preview screening of The Queen (Certificate PG-13)

Free Preview screening of The Queen (Certificate PG-13)

*The Queen (Certificate PG-13)

The special screening will be on Tuesday, September 12 at 8pm for an 8.15 start at the following Cineworld cinemas across the country:

Ashford,
Birmingham Broad St,
Boldon,
Bolton,
Brighton,
Cambridge,
Cardiff,
Cheltenham,
Chichester,
Crawley,
Didsbury,
Edinburgh,
Enfield,
Fulham Road,
Glasgow Renfrew,
Gloucester,
Hull,
Ipswich,
Liverpool,
Llandundo,
Middlesbrough,
Milton Keynes,
Newport (Gwent),
Northampton,
Nottingham,
Sheffield,
Shrewsbury,
Stockport,
Swindon,
Wandsworth,
West India Quay,
Wigan,
Yeovil

To claim your free tickets, collect TWO tokens for two tickets or FOUR tokens for four tickets (maximum of four tickets per person).
Tokens will be published in the Telegraph every day until Monday, September 11.
Present the tokens, along with a completed voucher to the cashier at a participating cinema during box office hours from Saturday, September 9 to Tuesday, September 12, inclusive.
A voucher will be printed in-paper tomorrow.
Tickets are subject to availability and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Terms and conditions
1 Details on the promotion advertisement form part of these terms and conditions. There is no cash alternative. 2 Tickets are non-transferable. There is no late admittance. Age restrictions in accordance with the films certificate apply. 3 Tickets are subject to availability. 4 In unusual circumstances ticket holders may not be able to gain entry to a screening due to the offer being oversubscribed; in such circumstances we reserve the right to offer those participants (ie ticket holders, not token holders) the equivalent number of tickets to see an alternative film on the same evening or tickets to a Cineworld cinema for an alternative date. Should you experience any problems, please call 020 7531 3131 or e-mail [email protected]

Synopsis:When news of the death of Princess Diana, undoubtedly the most famous woman in the world, breaks upon a shocked and incredulous British public, the Queen and her family, all at Balmoral, are unable to comprehend the public response to the tragedy, before she returns to London to witness the universal grief. For Tony Blair, the popular and newly elected Prime Minister, the peoples need for reassurance and support from their leaders is palpable. As the unprecedented outpouring of emotion grows ever stronger, Blair must find a way to reconnect the Queen with the Public.

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