January 7, 2014 · 8:15 PM
Notting Hill Coronet
£3.50 Tuesdays at the Notting Hill Coronet
TICKETS SOLD OUT
SCREENING STARTS AT 8.25PM, but we'll get there slightly earlier as seating is unreserved.
A chronicle of Nelson Mandela's life journey from his childhood in a rural village through to his inauguration as the first democratically elected president of South Africa.
The film has recently picked up 3 Golden Globe nominations, including one for lead actor Idris Elba
The Coronet cinema is very close to Notting Hill Gate tube station, which is less than 10 mins on the central line from Oxford Circus.
As you can imagine, at this price level, Tuesday screenings tend to be popular, so I would strongly advise you to buy your tickets in advance, and as soon as possible. As this is showing in the smaller of the cinema's two screens, I'm not expecting many (if any) tickets to be available on the night.
The Coronet doesn't have an online booking service, so you'll need to call the following number:[masked], between 1pm and 6.30pm.
There is a slight 'issue' with the cinema's card payment system, as it cannot make a charge of less than £5. So if you're buying one ticket you'll be charged £5, but will then receive a cash refund of £1.50 when you pick up your ticket on the night(!)
Here's the cinema's official website: