A Curious Tale- Film Premiere - Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare
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A Curious Tale- Film Premiere

In support of Raystede. A new ghost story set in East Sussex...

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Start Date

27 November 2021

End Date

27 November 2021


Hailsham Pavilion Cinema

Skooch media presents A Curious Tale; produced and directed by Leigh Tarrant. A Curious Tale’ is a ghost story loosely based on an old English mystery novel about the finding of a Crown which in turn is protected by its supernatural guardian, William Hagar.

This short film is being premiered in Hailsham Pavilion cinema on Saturday 27th November at 10.30 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. and all the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Raystede!

All locations in the film were chosen entirely within East Sussex, taking full advantage of the variety and charm of the county, such as Birling Gap, Burwash Forestry and The Rye Estuary.

Before 'A Curious Tale', you will watch a short film about Raystede and drinks will be on sale in the auditorium.

Tickets are £8 and for every ticket you buy, will help us to raise vital funds so that we can care for animals like 13 year old Scooby below.

(When booking your seats please note that it will be important that you book in advance from The Hailsham Pavilion Box Office.)