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Free Screening - The King's Speech on December 14 - Grolsch Film Club

Free Screening - The King's Speech on December 14 -

Dec 14 BATH The Little Theatre

Dec 14 BIRMINGHAM Electric

Dec 14 BRIGHTON Duke Of York's

Dec 14 EDINBURGH Cameo

Dec 14 GLASGOW Grosvenor Cinema

Dec 14 LIVERPOOL FACT

Dec 14 LONDON Clapham

Dec 14 LONDON Curzon Soho

Winner of the audience award at the Toronto Film Festival, and a sure front-runner for next year's major prizes, The King's Speech tells the amazing true story of the friendship between the future King George VI and Lionel Logue, the Australian speech therapist who cured his debilitating stammer.

With Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush on top form in the lead roles, and sterling support from Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pearce and Michael Gambon, The King's Speech is part odd-couple comedy, part period piece and part riveting drama.
- choc1969

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This is a draw for tickets.

"We've sent you an email confirming that you've applied for tickets to see The King's Speech at EDINBURGH Cameo on Tuesday December 14th, 2010.

Your name will go into a random draw, and we'll let you know if you've won a ticket or not by email on Wednesday December 8th 2010.

If you still do not receive a confirmation for subscription in the next twenty-four hours or you have any other questions regarding this mailing list, please contact us at [email protected]littlewhitelies.co.uk .

And if you've not already signed up to the mailing list, to hear news about the latest screenings before anyone else, now's the time to do so!"

Edited by: "intergeri" 8th Nov 2010

Thanks, seems to be quite a few of these around at present...All to the good...

Yeah, unfortunately the Grolsch Screenings are always competitions.
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