Your chance to catch up on some cinema classics in Letchworth
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If you want to catch Golden Globe-winning Russian movie Leviathan in all its big screen glory, it may seem that chances are few and far between – but not if you pencil in catch-up Tuesday screenings at Letchworth’s Broadway cinema.
Andrey Zvyagintsev’s grim tale of corruption in a Russian coastal town is just one of the films to feature in the programme, which kicks off next week with blockbuster musical Les Miserables.
The cinema has put together the expanded range of cut-price screenings to help people catch up on must-see movies they may have missed.
Catch-Up Tuesday has previously featured a matinee screening of recent blockbusters at a bargain ticket price.
But after asking the audience the cinema will now also offer some that never made it to Letchworth first time around, including Leviathan, which this month won a Golden Globe, and add an evening performance.
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General manager Jason Valentine said: “Catch-Up Tuesday has been a roaring success and is particularly popular with people who don’t want to come out in the evening or might have missed a film first time around. Given its popularity we decided to expand it.”
The cinema, run by the Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation, also offers subsidised Kids Club, Big Scream showings for mothers and babies, Letchworth Film Club selections and live screenings of theatre, opera, ballet and exhibitions.
You can find out more at broadway-cinema.com.
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