Welwyn Garden City cinema opens its doors with free films tickets

PUBLISHED: 10:26 28 September 2018 | UPDATED: 12:09 28 September 2018

CW Entertainment at Campus West. Picture: Chris Flanagan.

CW Entertainment at Campus West. Picture: Chris Flanagan.

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Film fans in Welwyn Garden City have the chance to catch the latest movies for free this weekend.

Welwyn Garden City Cinema is offering movie buffs the opportunity to watch the latest flicks for free on Sunday, September 30, as part of National Lottery Cinema Day.

To celebrate their support for British film, the National Lottery is giving away thousands of free tickets at participating cinemas across the UK, and the cinema at Campus West is taking part.

Adult audience members simply need to show a Lotto ticket for draws between September 26 and September 29 to receive a free cinema ticket for any film showing on Sunday, September 30.

Tickets for the screenings are only available on the day from the cinema box office, which opens at 10am.

The cinema’s website states: “We’re anticipating the day to be very popular so we suggest getting your tickets early on the day.”

Tickets will be issued on a first come, first served basis. They cannot be booked in advance.

You need to be over 16 years to get a free ticket.

• Films screening on Sunday, September 30 include:

Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation (U) – 10am, 1.15pm.

Incredibles 2 (PG) – 10.45am.

The Wife (15) – 12.15pm, 2.30pm, 4.45pm.

King of Thieves (15) – 3.30pm, 5.45pm, 8pm.

Reel Culture: Lucky (15) – 3.50pm, 5.50pm.

A Simple Favour (15) – 7.50pm.

• Visit www.cwentertainment.co.uk for further details.

For more information, please go to http://cinemaday.co.uk/

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