Cinema tonight in Audlem with two great films

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Don't forget, it's cinema in Audlem tonight for the first time in many years with the showing of two major films at Audlem Public Hall. Tickets are £2.50 for the 5.00pm showing of 'Hoodwinked' (we are told it will very much appeal to the younger generation!). Then, at 7.30pm, the award winning 'The Queen', starring Helen Mirren, will be £5. This film has attracted very positive reviews on its recent release.

Tickets can be bought at the Post Office and Williams newsagents in advance and they will be available on the door. The doors open 15 minutes before the shows.

If the evening is successful, cinema will be a regular feature in the Public Hall.


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