Meetup time: 6:30pm.
Meetup point: By the sweets stand near the ticket counters....
My number[masked] 9369. I will be holding a meetup sign.
There will be an event fee of £1 to be paid to the organiser at the event.
Please note I will not wait beyond 6:45pm. If you are running late, and would like me to reserve a seat please text me and I can text you the row where we are sat....or else please join us after the movie by the sweets stand if you would like to come along for dinner/drinks social after.
Show time: 6:50pm
Running time: 97 mins
After the movie, I will wait for you at the meeting point by the sweets stand for 5 minutes, after which we will move on to China town for dinner for Chinese New Year Celebrations
Those who wish to meet earlier for Chinese New Year celebrations at Trafalgar Square we will be meeting at 3pm at Cafe Nero on Haymarket. Please confirm if you coming by texting me on[masked] by Sat at the latest. Please book your cinema tickets in advance. After the movie we will go to Chinatown for dinner hoping crowds would have calmed down by then...
Film Description ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
A newly hitched couple experience many trials during their first year of married life - can the union last? Many wedding comedies build up to the happy couple's big day. I Give It a Year on the other hand examines post-wedding jitters - in painfully funny fashion! If Josh (Rafe Spall) and Nat (Rose Byrne) thought the best man's speech from Danny (Stephen Merchant) wasn't awkward enough, that's nothing compared to what unfolds once they've got hitched! As the film charts the first nine months of their marriage, the couple start to doubt whether they're meant to be together. Further problems soon rear their head in the form of Josh's ex-girlfriend, Chloe (Anna Faris) and Nat's handsome client, Guy (Simon Baker). Are these the people Josh and Nat are destined to be with? Borat writer Dan Mazer delivers a wonderfully wince-inducing comedy in which events like romantic wooing with white doves - not to mention a family photo session - spell comic disaster!
Rafe Spall, Rose Byrne, Anna Faris, Simon Baker, Stephen Merchant
If you have a Cineworld Unlimited card you need to show this at the box office to collect a free ticket. Otherwise please just buy your own ticket in the normal way (if you book online in advance you may be able to get a 10% discount, eg £11.70 instead of £13). Please note extra charge for 3D movies and also for 3D glasses. If you own them please bring them with you. Details of charges on website below.
London Cinema Meetup hosts a lot of events at Cineworld cinemas (usually for seeing the latest releases, most commonly in the West End). If you like watching films regularly (more than once a month) it might be cheaper to buy a Cineworld Unlimited card for £17.99 a month - this allows you to watch as many films as you like at Cineworld cinemas (including the ones we normally use in the West End, in Shaftesbury Avenue or in Haymarket). It also gives you a 10% discount off food and drink bought in the cinemas, and some local discount offers too. There is a cheaper version of the card for £14.99, but this is not valid for the Cineworld cinemas in the West End. Currently there is an offer of getting 'one free month' if you sign up using the promotion code below:
This code has to be entered in the payments section under "promotions".
Please check terms and conditions. To obtain a card you can use this website (you will need a digital photo of your face, which will appear on the card to identify you):