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|Sun 21 May|
Admission free, all welcome
United Kingdom 1984. A group of gay activists decides that it has a common cause with the miners' strike - the battle against the oppression of Thatcherism - and sets about raising money for workers in a Welsh pit village.
When the activists travel to Wales to deliver the funds in person, they are initially met with ignorance and hostility, but this soon gives way to an unlikely alliance.
Based on a true story, and featuring wonderful performances from a cast which includes Bill Nighy and Imelda Staunton, Pride is a funny and heart-warming comedy about the importance of friendship, solidarity and courage in the fight for justice.
"Tapping the formula that worked so well for The Full Monty and Billy Elliot, Pride adds some feel-good moments of its own in a broad, light and characterful romp that smuggles in some powerful, serious points about unity and togetherness in between the ribald one-liners." - The Radio Times
Director: Matthew Warchus
Cast: Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton, Andrew Scott, Paddy Considine, Dominic West
2014 / 120 minutes / Certificate: 15A
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