Win a pair of tickets to see The Death Of Stalin at the Curzon
PUBLISHED: 20:00 25 October 2017
A dark comedy looking at the political landscape in Russia is the main feature at the Curzon this week.
The Death Of Stalin (15) is the latest from Emmy Award-winning director Armando Iannucci.
After the collapse of Joseph Stalin’s reign, his closest group of ministers compete for control.
Some want to improve the Soviet Union while others are only interested in personal gain – but one thing they all have in common is the desperation to stay alive.
The Death Of Stalin will be screened on Friday and will run until November 2.
Harry Potter fans are in for a treat on Saturday when all seven films will be shown back-to-back.
The day begins with Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone (PG) at 1.35pm and ends with Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part II (12A) at 8.30am the following morning.
Cinema-goers are in for a fright on Halloween when the Curzon will show a classic 1970s horror.
The Exorcist (18), based on the best-selling novel by William Peter Blatty, sees a young girl begin to suffer regular fits and behave badly.
Her mother enlists the help of priest Father Karras who believes the girl is possessed by the Devil so calls on the services of exorcist Father Merrin – but it soon becomes obvious that what they are dealing with is no ordinary demon.
Goodbye Christopher Robin (PG) and The LEGO Ninjago Movie (U) will also be shown during the week.
The Curzon and the Times have teamed up once again to offer one lucky reader two tickets to see The Death Of Stalin.
To be in with a chance of winning, answer the simple question below before the competition deadline of 10am on Monday.
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