Forces Cinemas have a treat in store for all entitled military personnel looking forward to seeing the movie ‘Military Wives’.
In March, they will host free screenings of the British film before its official UK release date at a number of screens across the forces world, including the Falklands, Cyprus and the UK.
Based on real life events, ‘Military Wives’ is the inspirational story of friendship, love, and support on the home front.
While their partners are deployed in Afghanistan, a group of women come together to form the very first Military Wives Choir, helping each other through some of life's most difficult moments also become a media sensation and global movement in the process.
There are now 75 choirs made up of more than 2,300 women with a military connection based across the UK and in British military bases abroad, including Cyprus, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands.
‘The Full Monty’ director Peter Cattaneo directs ‘Darkest Hour’ actor Kristin Scott Thomas and star and writer of ‘Catastrophe’, Sharon Horgan in this feel-good crowd-pleaser.
Where Can You See It?
Wednesday 4th March
DMRD Stanford Hall, Culdrose, St. Mawgan, Chicksands, Dhekelia Cyprus, Phoenix MPA Falklands, Movie Machine Arbroath
Thursday 5th March
Blandford, Minley, St Athan, Aldergrove, Akrotiri Cyprus, Ayios Nik Cyprus, Movie Machine Leuchars
Sunday 8th March
Harbour Lights, Falkland Islands
Military Wives Choirs will be performing across several cinemas including the Falklands, Cyprus and selected UK sites. Plus some will have drinks receptions.
It will be available to view on Cinelink, which turns your mess, welfare hub or community venue into your very own cinema, from mid-April.