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STARDUST

Forum Cinema Hexham  |  Saturday 16th March  |  16:30

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Presented by Northumberland National Park

To win the heart of his beloved, a young man named Tristan ventures into the realm of fairies to retrieve a fallen star. What Tristan finds, however, is not a chunk of space rock, but a woman named Yvaine. Yvaine is in great danger, for the king's sons need her powers to secure the throne, and an evil witch wants to use her to achieve eternal youth and beauty.

Screening Information

Time:

16:30

Tickets:

£9 - £3

Additional Information: 

Join National Park dark skies expert Duncan Wise for a pre- screening event from 3.30pm. Have a look at what equipment would be good for stargazing, pick up your free mini guide to the stars and find out what you can do to conserve our beautiful Northumberland skies.

Booking Information:

Book via The Forum Cinema's website, in their cafe/bar or by telephone on 01434 601144

About Northumberland National Park

Covering an area of more than 410 square miles between the Scottish border in the north to just south of Hadrian’s Wall UNESCO World Heritage site, Northumberland is the least populated of all of the UK’s 15 National Parks.

The least populated of all of the UK’s 15 National Parks, the diverse landscape of Northumberland attracts visitors from all over the world who come to enjoy the heritage, history and culture of this ancient, unspoilt place.

Venue Information

Address:

Forum Cinema

Market Place

Hexham

NE46 1XF

Venue Accessibility Information:

  • Accessible and gender neutral toilets available

  • The venue is accessed by 29 steps. A chair lift is available, in order to use this, any customers in a wheelchair must be able to transfer from their wheelchair to the chair lift. The auditorium is accessed by a small set of stairs with a full wheelchair lift available.

  • A changing space is available. 

  • Hearing and visual impaired headsets available depending on the film.  

About

the Film

BBFC:

PG

Run Time:

122 mins

Director:

Matthew Vaughn

Country:

UK & USA

Year:

2007

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