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Campbeltown Picture House expects to be full for all showings on Sunday as free tickets are available.
The National Lottery’s Cinema Day offers film fans the chance to catch six movies for free including: King of Thieves, Disney’s Christopher Robin, The Nun, A Simple Favour, Mama Mia! here We Go Again and Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation.
To celebrate the National Lottery’s support for British film, they’re giving away thousands of free tickets at participating cinemas across the UK and CPH is taking part.
Audience members simply need to show a lotto ticket for draws between September 26 to 29 to receive a free cinema ticket for any film showing that day.
Tickets for the screenings are only available on the day and in person from the box office and issued on a first come, first served basis.
Cinema-goers need to be aged 16+ to get a free ticket, children’s tickets can be purchased at the usual rate.
National Lottery players have helped fund thousands of projects across the British film industry.
Since 1994 they have supported and nurtured new talent through nationwide training and development schemes as well as engaging the next generation through educational initiatives in local schools and at BFI Academies.
Their support has also helped British filmmakers to create extraordinary films such as The King’s Speech and Suffragette.
Every time someone plays the National Lottery they’re supporting British film as well as community projects in their local area.