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Travelling Light - National Theatre Live Screening

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The National Theatre Live (NTL) has already kicked of its third season and is now showing at a cinema near you. NTL is a pioneering initiative that broadcasts live performances in Britain to cinemas worldwide.

Travelling Light is set in the early 1900s in an Eastern Europe village. A twenty two year old Motl Mendl discovers a revolutionary way of cinematic storytelling and later in life, as a famous movie director, recounts his early life and the cost of fulfilling his dreams.

Nicholas Wright's new play is entertaining and pays tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood's golden age.

Showing Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th February. 2012.
Contact participating cinemas for the screening schedule and ticking options.

Selected theatres are:

Melbourne
Cinema Nova, Carlton
Sun Theatre Yarraville
Rosebud Cinemas

Ballarat
Her Majesty's Theatre

Castlemaine
Theatre Royal

Sydney
Chauvel Cinema, Paddington
Hayden Orpheum
Dendy Opera Quays
Riverside Theatres Parramatta

Armindale
Belgrave Cinemas

Avoca Beach
Avoca Beach Picture Theatre

Bowral

Empire Cinemas

Byron Bay
Dendy Byron Bay

Narooma
Narooma Cinema

Perth
Luna Cinema, Leederville

Fremantle
Luna on SX Cinema

Adelaide
Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas

Brisbane
Palace Centro Cinemas
Dendy Portside Cinemas

Gold Coast
Gold Coast Arts Centre

Canberra
Dendy Cinemas

Hobart
CMAX - Devonport
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Why? Rare opportunity to see a British play in Australia
When: Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th February. 2012
Where: Selected Cinemas
Cost: Varies
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