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Treasure IslandThe Newton Stewart Players Present their Annual Pantomime

Treasure Island

Tuesday 1st to Saturday 5th December

By Peta Duncombe - Produced By Craig Moncur

Tickets: Adults £7, Children & O.A.P.s £5 - Family Ticket (4) - £20
Available from The Cinema or Laura's, Newton Stewart (01671 401114)

Cubs & Groups - Please Book on 01671 404080

Doors Open 6.30 - Curtain Up 7pm
Saturday 5th Matinee at 2pm - Doors Open at 1.30pm

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Showing Today


Showing: 18:00
Rating: PG - Parental Guidance
Stars: Hugh Jackman, Rooney Mara
Director: Joe Wright
Running Time: 111 minutes
n an orphanage surrounded by other little boys, Peter isn’t sure who he really is, until one day he and a friend stumble upon a letter from the mother who left him.

With this letter comes the realisation of his identity, and Peter soon finds himself swept away to the mystical realm of Neverland, where he encounters Blackbeard, as well as Tiger Lily, who tells him that he is even more special than he realises.

It is here that Peter comes into contact with James Hook, thus one of literature’s most famous duos is born. In this magical land, and with so many uncertainties still left to plague him, can Peter figure out which path to take in order to fulfil his destiny?

As the new prequel to J. M. Barrie’s timeless classic, Pan tells the story of what happened long before Peter visited the Darlings’ house in London, and how he became the legendary Boy Who Never Grew Up. This film is a treat for anyone of any age, revealing the hidden truth behind some of the greatest characters ever created.



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