It saus no online ticketing at Bethesda Row for Fandango. How did you get your ticket? Susan
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Subject: [Washington-International-and-Independent-Cinema] New Meetup: Pirate radio
Date: Thu, 19 Nov[masked]:08:27 -0500
Your humble organizer learned his lesson and bought his ticket online; so let's try again to go watch this entertaining movie. This movie sold out last weekend so I strongly encourage you to buy your ticket online. After the movie, we'll go to a nearby restaurant.
Announcing a new Meetup for Washington International and Independent Cinema!
What: Pirate radio
When: November 21,[masked]:45 PM
Bethesda Row Cinema
7235 Woodmont Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20814
Let's meet at 5:40 pm at the nearby Cosi cafe (7251 Woodmont ave: http://www.restaurantica.com/md/bethesda/cosi/23213444/map/
Let's meet in the lobby of the cinema at 6:20 pm so that we can sit together. If you arrive late, look for us on the third or fourth row from the back of the theatre. After the movie, we'll go to a restaurant.
Country United Kingdom / Germany / U.S.A.
Parents Offensive language, nudity, sexual content
Director Richard Curtis
Writer Richard Curtis
Company Universal Pictures
Starring Will Adamsdale
In 1966 - British pop music's finest era - the BBC played just two hours of rock and roll every week. But pirate radio played rock and pop from the high seas 24 hours a day. And 25 million people - more than half the population of Britain - listened to the pirates every single day.
Recently expelled from school, Carl (Tom Sturridge) has been sent by his mother to find some direction in life by visiting his godfather, Quentin (Bill Nighy). However, Quentin is the boss of Radio Rock, a pirate radio station in the middle of the North Sea, populated by an eclectic crew of rock-and-roll DJs.
Learn more here:http://www.meetup.com/Washington-International-and-Independent-Cinema/calendar/11917082/
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