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Christian epic to be screened in Norwich and Cromer

A new film production of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress will be screened at both Cromer’s Regal Movieplex and Norwich's Vue Cinema this weekend. Tony Rothe reports.

There will be one showing, at 12noon, on Saturday November 16, in Cromer although Merlin Cinemas have said they may he prepared to repeat the screening the following Saturday if there is sufficient demand.  Find booking details here.

The film will also show at the Vue Cinema in Norwich city centre on Saturday November 16 at 12.35pm. Bookings details here.

David Taylor from Christian films at my Cinema said, “The film is excellent.  The audience broke out in spontaneous applause at the end when I saw it at my local Odeon recently - something that rarely happens in a cinema! Please encourage everyone you know to make use of this opportunity.”
Pilgrim’s Progress is rated PG and lasts for 105 minutes. For more information, and to view a trailer, visit :   or see below


Cromer Regal Movieplex is at 2-4 Hans Place, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EQ. Phone01263 510151

"...will be enjoyed by the whole family": 4 stars - Premier Christianity magazine
"Bunyan's epic story deserves an epic film and this is it" -
"We were absolutely enthralled" - Premier Youth and Children's Work magazine
"Bunyan knew how to weave the tapestry, and Fernandez knows how to showcase it" - Variety

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