Mother’s Day delights on offer at The Curzon

PUBLISHED: 14:00 11 March 2015

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The Curzon is offering a Mother’s Day treat for all the family this weekend by showing Mamma Mia and holding a free prize draw with bubbly, flowers and a commemorative photo for the winning mum.

Mamma Mia (PG), which will be screened at 4pm on Sunday, stars Meryl Streep as single mother, Donna Sheridan. Also starring Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Julie Walters and the classic soundtrack from ABBA, this tale of love, laughter and friendship is perfect Mothering Sunday viewing.

Also showing on Sunday is Whiplash (15), a film which saw JK Simmons pick up the best supporting actor awards at The BAFTAS, Oscars and Golden Globes.

Set in a top music school, the film is a brutal portrayal of a tyrannical teacher (Simmons) pushing his talented young student (Miles Teller) to the limit both physically and psychologically, and providing an excellent soundtrack to boot.

An action-packed weekend is in store as Kingsman: The Secret Service (15), starring Samuel L Jackson and Michael Caine, hits the screens, telling the story of a spy organisation which recruits a promising street kid to the agency’s competitive training program at the same time as a global threat emerges from a twisted genius.

Children are also catered for this weekend, with Disney’s epic, hilarious and heart-warming Big Hero 6 receiving another showing. Join Hiro, Baymax and friends from 2pm on Sunday for an adventure across San Fransokyo which all the family will love.

To book tickets and view listings visit www.curzon.org.uk or call 01275 871000.


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