Sing-a-long with ‘The Sound Of Music’

Address:
Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place, Leicester Square, London 51.510963 -0.130245
Dates & Time:
, 19th, 24th February, 9th, 28th April, 28th May, 30th June, 15th September, 27th October, 12th and
Tickets & Cost:
£16
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Note: This film is rated 12A
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The contact number for Prince Charles Cinema is +44 (0) 207 494 3654
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How do you fancy spending an evening in the company of Julie Andrews, some nuns, a dashing Captain, a load of Nazis, and a troupe of singing kids?
That's got to be better than another night down the pub hasn't it?

If that sounds like music to your ears then get yourself down to the Prince Charles Cinema for the "Sing-A-Long-A Sound of Music".

Everyone will know the words already, because you can trust me when I say that everyone who comes here has already seen the film about a billion times -- but just in case you don't the words are projected onto the screen.

A compere will be up there to whip the audience into a Julie Andrews-inspired frenzy as well, and there will even be a fancy dress competition for the best outfit (but I'm pretty sure that Nazi outfits are not allowed!) So this is a perfect opportunity to get some use out of that nun outfit that you've had gathering dust at the back of your wardrobe for years.

 

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