By Haddenham Webteam - 19th October 2016 5:30pm
On Thursday 20th October the Village Picture House in Cuddington is screening Jeff Wayne's musical version of The War of the Worlds.
Filmed at Wembley Arena in 2006, this is a spectacular mix of live music, theatre, multi-media and visual arts on a grand scale.
Featuring Richard Burton 'in sight and sound', Justin Hayward, Russell Watson, a 48-piece string section — and a 30-foot Martian fighting machine!
The film is Cert Exempt, 110 min long
Seats £5 each (concessions £4). For more details of all features and to book tickets visit the website
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