Death of a Gentleman Comes to Wisbech

Feature length documentary Death of a Gentleman will be showing at The Luxe Cinema in Wisbech on Monday September 7th at 7.45pm, with a matinee showing the following day at 1pm.

These represent the first screenings in Cambridgeshire – and, currently, just the second scheduled showing in the whole of East Anglia – allowing cricket fans in the local area to experience this powerful look at the state of the game.

Produced and directed by Sam Collins, Jarrod Kimber, Christopher Hird and Johnny Blank; Death of a Gentleman follows Collins and Australian counterpart Kimber on a quest to save their beloved Test cricket. But what begins as an exploration based around the question ‘Who really cares about Test cricket?’ in the 21st Century becomes a chilling expose of the motivations of those in charge of the sport at the highest levels.

To book tickets for either showing, please visit The Luxe website.

Standard tickets cost £7 for adults, £6 for children, senior citizens, wheelchair users and students with a Family ticket (multiples of 4) available for £22.

Premier seating is also available at a cost of £9 per person.

A list of further screenings can be found on the Death of a Gentleman website, or Our Screen – which offers a sort of crowd sourcing for film screenings.

You can also follow the film’s latest developments via Twitter

Watch the Trailer:

About The Luxe

The Luxe Cinema is a stylish & independent, film-lovers delight offering a whole new experience for movie moguls.

The eclectic interior of the auditorium offers a luxurious atmosphere, where one can cosy up and relax on either a leather armchair or two-seater sofa.

The sophisticated Luxe Lounge will provide an ambient setting for enjoying pre and post-film drinks and nibbles with a difference in our elegant fully licensed bar.


About Rob

Software engineer by day, Elite League Media man by night, Rob also blogs about cricket for One Stump Short, hockey for In Goal Magazine and video games for Outpost Delta as well as hosting the One Stump Short Podcast.

Posted on August 13, 2015, in International Cricket, TV & Film and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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