Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom – Time Out Card free screening (12A)

Film, Drama
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom – Time Out Card free screening (12A)
Keith Bernstein 1B5O1929.CR2

Rarely can a biopic claim to be more warranted, or closer to its source, than ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’. Not only does this two-hour ‘official’ biography tell the story of one of the 20th century’s most remarkable men – it features extensive interviews and narration from Mandela himself, tracing the Nobel Peace Prize winner's life from his childhood in the village of Xhosa right through to his 1994 inauguration as President of South Africa. It also features some serious local talent: Idris Elba (‘The Wire’, ‘Prometheus’) stars as Mandela opposite another Londoner, Naomie Harris (’28 Days Later’, ‘Skyfall’), who plays his wife Winnie.

This exclusive preview for Time Out Card holders takes place almost a month before the film’s Jan 3 general release. To find out more about the Time Out Card, including details on how to order you own, click here.

Please note: these exclusive preview screenings for Time Out Card holders only. Holders are eligible for two free tickets per card on a first come first served basis. To book, call 0808 100 2222 and quote the last 6 digits of your Time Out Card (if you have a trial card, simply quote the PIN in your conifrmation email). Phone lines open at 9am on Tue Nov 26.

Please see below for a list of participating cinemas. Card holders are welcome to request a cinema of their choice, but may have to attend another (again on a first come first served basis). Sreenings take place on Dec 9 at 6pm or 6.30pm, depending on location. Guests are advised to arrive 30 minutes early. Valid Time Out Cards and printed e-tickets must be presented at the door.


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An emotional insight into the struggle and hardship of an amazing leader and nation. It is shocking to think that it happened only a few decades ago, and sad to think that similar prejudices are still going on in the world today (equality for gays).

Majestic offer, Quis custodiet ipsos custodes ! I hear always the admonishment of my friends: "Bolt her in, constrain her!" But who will guard the guardians the man himself embraced this mind set with a pure heart, One that citizens must see, and learn, history is a road that is repeated, When Men forget there path, ,,