Supernova Fifteen

Concert pianist Sam (Colin Firth) and novelist Tusker (Stanley Tucci), partners for 20 years, are travelling into the Lake District in their trusty camper van to visit friends, family and places from their past. Since Tusker's diagnosis of early-onset dementia two years previously, they are all too aware that their time together is precious. Subtle, moving and believable, the movie rests on two low-key but masterful performances.

South Shropshire

Date & time:

Wed 03 November 7.30pm


Cardington Village Hall SY6 7JZ


01694 771295


Adult: £4.00

North Herefordshire

Date & time:

Thu 04 November 7.30pm


Brilley Village Hall HR3 6JG


07985 571236 or 01544 327227

Additional information:

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Tickets must be pre-booked


Adult: £5.00

Child: £2.50

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