WIN tickets to to one of three historical animations at the Curzon
PUBLISHED: 18:00 20 August 2018
2005 DreamWorks Animation
An animation celebration will be held at the Curzon next week, and the Times has tickets up for grabs to see a choice of films.
Curzon Anim18 will take place on September 1 featuring back-to-back screenings of Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit (U), The Iron Giant (PG) and Yellow Submarine (U).
Audience members attending the Wallace and Gromit showing will be given a scratch and sniff card to use during the film.
The 2005 release sees Aardman Animations’ double act use their pest control business, Anti-Pesto, to rid West Wallaby Street of a monstrous vegetable-munching beast which is destroying allotments.
The Iron Giant, created by The Simpsons animator Brad Bird, features imaginative nine-year-old boy Hogarth who fishes a 50ft robot out of a lake.
The pair become close friends but Hogarth must protect the robot from the Government which believes the mechanical marvel may be a danger to society.
The final film of the day will be Yellow Submarine.
The 1968 film inspired by The Beatles’ music is a colourful journey to Pepperland, a lost paradise 80,000 leagues under the sea.
Using optical illusions, word play and classic Beatles songs, the film’s varied animations switch seamlessly from the smokestacks of Liverpool to the Sea of Monsters and paper-doll Pepperland residents.
The Curzon and the Times have teamed up to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to see either Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit, The Iron Giant or Yellow Submarine.
To be in with a chance of winning, answer the simple question below before the competition deadline of 10am on Tuesday.
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