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The Day the Earth Caught Fire

Tarset Village Hall |  Thursday 21st March  |  19:30

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Presented by Tarset First Thursday Films

When the USA and Russia simultaneously test nuclear devices, the earth is knocked off its axis and set on a collision course with the sun. Hysterical panic ensues and it’s up to a washed up British reporter to break the story, expose the government conspiracy and save the world.

Screening Information

Time:

19:30

Tickets:

  • £5

  • £3 for people aged 25 and under

Booking Information:

Pay on the door, book via telephone on 01434 240337 or via email here

About Tarset First Thursday Films

First Thursday Films presents film screenings at Tarset Village Hall on the first Thursday of each month from October - May. The programme aims for a wide variety of film from differening periods and cultures.

Venue Information

Address:

Tarset Village Hall

Lanehead

Tarset

Northumberland

NE48 1NT

Venue Accessibility Information:

  • Parking available at the venue.

  • There are steps into the venue but a ramp is available. 

  • Wheelchair accessible.

  • An accessible toilet is available. 

About

the Film

BBFC:

PG

Run Time:

99 mins

Director:

Val Guest

Country:

UK

Year:

1961

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