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Superhero Film Season at the National Justice Museum

National Justice Museum, High Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 1HN

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Sunday 5 August 2018 | 7pm - Batman 
Sunday 2 September | 7pm - Flash Gordon
Sunday 7 October | 7pm - Blade
Only £12.50 per film

 

Join the National Justice Museum’s celebration of superheroes with an exciting new film season sponsored by DigiCon, Annie’s Burger Shack and Last Exit To Nowhere, in association with Movies In Focus. Each screening includes a special introduction from film reviewer and commentator Niall Browne, plus an exciting extra before the movie!

Each screening is strictly limited to 30 places. Doors to the Museum will open at 7pm and each screening will start promptly at 8pm

 

Batman (1989) – 5 August | Over 15s only

Tim Burton’s gothic take on the Dark Knight starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson

Includes a tour of City of Caves and a bat-quiz with prizes!

Sponsored by DigiCon


Flash Gordon (1980) – 2 September | PG

Sam J. Jones’ Flash Gordon attempts to save the universe from the evil Ming The Merciless

Includes treasure hunt through the National Justice Museum with prizes!

Sponsored by Annie’s Burger Shack
 

Blade (1998) – 7 October | Over 18s only

Sponsored by Last Exit To Nowhere

Wesley Snipes plays a vampire hunter protecting humanity in this cult comic adaptation

Includes a ‘Bladey Mary’ Cocktail

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