10,000 free cinema tickets
Saturday 03 October 1998
THE NEGOTIATOR. Danny Roman (Samuel L. Jackson) is a Chicago police officer and the best hostage negotiator in the department. When his world is destroyed by false charges of murder and embezzlement, he knows how to make people listen to him and turns hostage taker. Chris Sabian (Kevin Spacey) a respected negotiator from another precinct, is brought in to mediate.
Sabian and Roman make formidable opponents, engrossed in a tense and potentially explosive situation.sabian starts to wonder whether roman is a man gone mad or a man desperate for justice. As the stakes rise, the siege appears to be spiralling out of control - and Sabian is driven to answer the same questions that are obsessing Danny Roman.
The Independent and the Independent on Sunday together with Warner Bros. and Warner Village Cinemas are offering you the opportunity, on a first come first served basis, to get a pair of tickets to see these two movies at specially arranged advanced screenings. The private screenings are at 3.30 pm on October 11th for A Perfect Murder and at 3.30pm on November 8th, for The Negotiator.
All you have to do is collect any two tokens from The Independent or the Independent on Sunday and take them to one of the cinemas listed below from Monday 5th October. The first 250 people at each of the cinemas will be entitled to a pair of tickets to both of these exciting new movies.
Terms and Conditions
1) All entrants and guests must be 15 years or older 2) No purchase necessary. For tokens write to Independent Newspapers, 17th Floor, One Canada Square, London E14 5DL with a SAE envelope. 3) The offer is on a first come first served basis. There are 250 seats available at each of the listed cinemas. 4) Tickets can be collected from the cinemas during normal box office hours from Monday 5th October.
LONDON: WEST END, Leicester Square, London WC2, Tel: 0171 437 3484 ACTON, Royale Leisure Park, (off Western Avenue), Acton, London W3, Tel: 0181 896 3252 CROYDON, Valley Park Leisure Complex, Hesterman Way, Croydon, Tel: 0181 680 1968 DAGENHAM, Dagenham Leisure Park, Cook Road, Dagenham, Tel: 0181 592 1090 FINCHLEY, Gt. North Leisure Park, Chaplin Square, Finchley, Tel: 0181 446 9933 HARROW, St. George's Shopping & Leisure Centre, St. Anne's Road, Harrow Tel: 0181 427 9900
OUTSIDE LONDON: BASINGSTOKE, Basingstoke Leisure Park, Churchill Way West, Basingstoke, Tel: 01256 818 517 BOLTON, Middlebrook Leisure Park, The Link Way, Bolton, Tel: 01204 669 668 BRISTOL,The Venue, Cribbs Causeway, Merlin Road, Bristol, Tel: 0117 950 0222 BURY, Pilsworth Industrial Estate, Pilsworth Road, Bury, Tel: 0161 766 1121 CAMBRIDGE, The Grafton Centre, East Road, Cambridge, Tel: 01223 460 225 DONCASTER, Doncaster Leisure Park, Herton Way, Bawtry Road, Doncaster, Tel: 01302 371020 INVERNESS, Inverness Retail & Business Park, Eastfield Way, Inverness, Tel: 01463 711 145 LAKESIDE, Thurrock Lakeside Shopping Centre, West Thurrock, Grays, Tel: 01708 890 567 LEEDS, Cardigan Fields Leisure Centre, Kirkstall Road, Leeds, Tel: 0113 279 9855 LEICESTER, Meridian Leisure Park, Lubbesthorpe Way, Braunstone, Leicester, Tel: 0116 289 4001 NEWCASTLE- UPON-TYNE, Manors, New Bridge Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, TEL: 0191 221 0222 PRESTON, The Capitol Centre, London Way, Walton-le-Dale, Preston, Tel: 01772 882 525 SHEFFIELD, The Oasis, Meadowhall Shopping Centre, Sheffield Tel: 0114 256 9825 WATFORD, Woodside Leisure Park, Kingsway, Nth. Orbital Road, Garston, Watford Tel: 01923 682 886 YORK, Clifton Moor Centre, Stirling Road, York, Tel: 01904 691 147
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