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Sun 10 October

Plaza Cinema, Trinity St, Dorchester DT1TT

2.30pm and 7pm



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Please note that both showings are now sold out. There may still be tickets available for the showings at Moreton Village Hall on 20 October and 11 November. Click here for more details.

This brand new film tells the compelling story of the last years of T.E. Lawrence’s life and his mysterious death following a motorcycle accident. With influential friends Lawrence had many powerful enemies. Was it an accident or an assassination?

Shot in Dorset with a mainly local cast and crew, it stars Brian Cox (Succession), Hugh Fraser (Poirot, Sharpe), Michael Maloney, Nicole Ansari Cox and Tom Barber Duffy in the title role.

Both showings will be followed by a Q&A with the Director with Director/Producer/Writer Mark J.T. Griffin. 

This is a great opportunity to quiz the director about the film and to see the movie at Dorchester Arts more than a month before its general release. 

The film has gained a strong following in Dorset and the event promises to be popular so please book your tickets now to avoid disappointment.

Plaza Cinemas are committed to offering maximum accessibility and they strive to provide facilities that meet the requirements of all their customers.

As the front of the building is stepped, access to the foyer is via the side door on the left hand side of the building, where there is a doorbell to alert staff and request assistance.

They have baby changing facilities in one of the downstairs toilets.

If you have any access requirements, please contact the cinema in advance and we they advise you on the best seating options and to ensure your visit is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Staff at the cinema have been trained in welcoming those with a range of needs and we look forward to seeing you.

It is the policy of Picturedrome Cinemas that the pricing of tickets is kept as low as possible to make it accessible for their patrons. In addition their food and drinks have been reasonably priced too.

Therefore, they ask that you do not bring food and drinks purchased from outside sources. If you do so they will ask you to leave it behind the counter until the end of the film.

Tickets can currently be purchased online or by telephone. The telephone line will be manned between 9.30am and 1.30pm Monday to Friday. At all other times please leave your name, telephone number and ticket requirements and we will call you back.

We are not currently able to welcome visitors for advance face-to-face ticket sales.

No booking fees are charged, but a £1 Future Fund levy is included in most ticket prices to support our work. This levy is included in the published ticket price. Concessionary prices (for events promoted by Dorchester Arts): where available, these are offered to under 18s, students, those in receipt of benefits and people on low income regardless of age.

Please note that outdoor performances will go ahead come rain or shine. Cancellation will only occur in extreme circumstances and we will notify ticket holders immediately should such a situation arise.

Covid-19-related ticket policy

We are operating a ticket-less system at the present time. On arrival at events, please give your name and reference number at the box office to gain entry. Once checked in, a wrist band will be available. We will ask you to help yourself to these wrist bands in order to minimise contact.

If you are unable to attend a performance due to a positive Covid-19 test result, displaying Covid-19 symptoms or have been instructed to self-isolate, please contact us to exchange your ticket for an alternative event (of equivalent value) or claim a refund. Please contact Dorchester Arts as soon as you are aware of a problem. Tickets cannot be reimbursed once an event has passed.

Dorchester Arts is a registered charity, so if you feel able, please consider forfeiting your refund as a donation.

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