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Tuesday 9th January 2018

Hitchin Films: LION (PG)

Location:
Richard Whitmore Studio, QMT Walsworth Road
Starts:
Doors 7.30pm, Film 8pm
Ends:
Drama: Garth Davis, 2016, Australia/USA The true story of a boy who gets separated from his family in India, and eventually gets adopted by a family in Tasmania. Twenty years later, he sets out to find his birth parents. The standout performance in this film is Sunny Pawar who lays the child, Dev Patel and Rooney Mara. Tickets: 5 In advance on line or on the door
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Tuesday 9th January 2018

THE CREATION STATION: Baby Discover and Little Explorers

Location:
Christchurch, Bedford Road
Starts:
From 9.45am
Ends:
Award-winning arts and crafts classes, parties, events and products. Inspiring imaginations is at the heart of all we do. So whether you are looking for fun and friendly creative classes to enjoy with your child; to inspire your child with out of school creative classes; to find a fun arty birthday party entertainer; book your own event entertainment; enjoy a crafty night out yourself; or buy some crafty products, you have definitely come to the right place. For more details call: T: 07787 171 546 E: chantalcraig@thecreationstation.co.uk
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Sunday 14th January 2018

MURDER MYSTERY DINNER

Location:
Benslow Music, Benslow Lane
Starts:
6pm
Ends:
Join Benslow for their first murder mystery event. Meet the suspects, witness the murder, be a detective and find the killer! £35 per person includes 3-course set menu Add an overnight stay with breakfast ... if you dare special discount £30 per person. Call Box Office 01462 459446 to book.
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Friday 26th January 2018

DENIAL (12A)

Location:
Richard Whitmore Studio, QMT Walsworth Road
Starts:
Doors 7.30pm, Film 8pm
Ends:
Historical drama: Mick Jackson, 2016 UK In 1996 American historian Deborah Lipstadt was accused of libel by Holocaust denier David Irving and had to embark in a long legal battle to prove that the Holocaust did indeed happen. An astounding true story. Rachel Wisz plays Listadt, Timothy Spall plays Irving and David Hare's screenplay dissects questions about truth, lies and the law. Tickets: £5 In advance online or on the door.
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