WIN Curzon tickets to Spectre

PUBLISHED: 10:00 21 October 2015 | UPDATED: 12:16 21 October 2015

Spectre

Spectre

Archant

James Bond’s latest high-octane adventure hits cinema screens across the country next week and the Times has two tickets to see it at the Curzon up for grabs.

Spectre sees 007 (Daniel Craig) embark on a trek to uncover a sinister organisation after receiving a cryptic message from his past.

While M (Ralph Fiennes) fights to keep the secret service alive, Bond travels the globe to unveil the dark truth behind Spectre.

Spectre will be shown at the Curzon at 8pm on Monday and will be shown at various times until November 5.

As well as Bond’s newest blockbuster, the Curzon will be showing a variety of other films over the next week, including family favourite, Hotel Transylvania 2 (U).

A season of romance will also begin at the cinema this week, as Four Weddings and a Funeral (15) is shown on Saturday while 1980s classic, Back to the Future (PG), will be revisited at 7.30pm on Friday.

Sunday’s Curzon Special will be The Salt of the Earth (12A), a depiction of legendary Brazilian photographer, Sebastiao Salgado’s, trip to capture some of the planet’s most inspiring landscapes as part of a major project to pay tribute to Earth’s beauty.

The story is recalled by Sebastiao’s son, Juliano, who went with him on his final journey.

A chance for children to learn all about animation will be on offer on October 28 as a host of workshops are being held at the Curzon, including a presentation by Magdelena Osinska, a director at Aardman Animations and creator of the popular character, Morph.

To be in with a chance of winning the two tickets to Spectre, answer the question below by the competition deadline of 10am on Monday.
Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.
By entering this competition you are agreeing to be contacted by Archant. Curzon staff and volunteers are not eligible to enter this competition.


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