Fri 21 - Thu 27 January
Wales | 2021 | 109’ | 12A | Sara Sugarman
Samantha Morton, Tom Felton, Adeel Akhtar, Jonathan Pryce, Susan Wokoma, Colm Meaney
Liz, mother of three, runs the local youth opera out of Carmarthen’s Lyric Theatre. However, her old classmate, now turned Mayor, Tom has plans to line his and his friends’ pockets by tearing down the community art space and turning it into a shopping centre. With the help of her old drama teacher, her friends and family and a little known director called Stephen Spielberg, Liz mounts a campaign to save the building and the cinema.
£6 / £4
Allocated seats with 2m social distancing.
Please book for your entire party in one transaction if you’d like to sit together.
No more than six people per booking.
COVID safety: In line with Welsh Government legislation, you’ll need to show a COVID Pass or proof of a recent negative test result to attend. For further details, click here. You must wear a face mask during the film screening (exemptions apply). We have a number of measures in place to ensure that your visit is enjoyable and as safe as possible. Find out more here.
Characterised by increased lighting level, reduced sound level, no trailers/advertising and freedom to move around/make noise, relaxed environment presentations are for children and adults on the autism spectrum or with learning disabilities, and their families, friends and carers.