Looking for cheaper cinema tickets? Macrobert Arts Centre has you covered with its on-campus theatre.
Macrobert Arts Centre is a cultural centre point of entertainment located next to the Atrium at the University of Stirling. It offers a variety of productions like live drama and ballet performances, as well as film screenings from £4.50.
With the new semester approaching, Brig has taken a look at Macrobert’s September releases to bring you our top picks.
On September 9 comes the premiere of two highly anticipated productions. See How They Run – Tom George’s mystery comedy starring Academy Award winner Sam Rockwell and Academy Award nominee Saoirse Ronan; and My Old School – Jono McLeod’s documentary on the Brandon Lee scandal.
Brig asked Grahame Reid, Film Programme Manager at Macrobert Arts Centre, for a comment on their Autumn schedule:
“There is a whole host of film releases in the Autumn that we are really excited by, from the next big-budget Marvel adventure Black Panther: Wakanda Forever to Martin McDonagh’s highly anticipated The Banshees of Inisherin,” Grahame revealed.
Something the younger generations of students might particularly enjoy is the special screening of the iconic teen drama – Mean Girls (dir. Mark Waters, 2004), which will be held in… pyjamas.
“Priding ourselves on offering a varied range of films; we like to offer a bit more than just your standard new releases. This semester we will also have a pyjama screening of Mean Girls the week after freshers, director Q&As such as Ride the Wave on Sep 26th and the return of The Central Scotland Documentary Festival in November,” Grahame confirmed.
For more information on what the Macrobert Centre has to offer visit macrobertartscentre.org
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