Celebrate V.E Day with a special advanced screening of A Royal Night Out (12A) at the Dome Cinema, Worthing at 6.00 pm tomorrow (Friday May 8th) – a week before its official release.
The screening will be preceded by a cream tea in the Tea Rooms at 4.30 pm. Seating for cream teas are limited so please book early.
A charming, spirited, speculative account of the night spent by Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret during the VE Day celebrations. Following the end of World War II, while Britain was celebrating VE Day on May 8th 1945, two members of the Royal Family were permitted to leave Buckingham Palace and enjoy a night on the town – properly chaperoned of course! They were Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret.
Now, a charming new historical drama from director Julian Jarrold imagines what the two Royals might possibly have got up to during their night spent mingling with ‘ordinary’ folk. Sarah Gadon plays Elizabeth and Bel Powley plays Margaret in this humorous yet thoughtful depiction of a country on the cusp of great change. It’s also the story of two sisters who in the course of one night discover more about life than they ever could have imagined. Emily Watson, Rupert Everett and Jack Reynor round out the starry cast.
Running time: 96 minutes.
Tickets with cream tea are Adults £10.50, Seniors & Children £9.00 and Students £7.50. Film only Adults £6.50, Seniors & Children £5.00 and Students £3.50.
The Dome Cinema is at 21-22 Marine Parade on Worthing seafront.