Don't Miss Out On Mad To Be Normal Screenings In June



We've teamed up with our friends Ourscreen to host screenings of David Tennant's latest movie, Mad To Be Normal across the UK in June.

You need to be quick and reserve your tickets ahead of the screenings as tickets are available for a very limited period and screenings need to have a confirmed number of attendees to go ahead .

The dates for June are as follows:

North London Crouch End Picturehouse - 3rd June 12.00pm - Get tickets
Bristol Scott Cinema - 4th June 6:00pm - Get tickets
Nottingham Savoy Picturehouse - 6th June 8.30pm - Get tickets 
Oxford Phoenix Picturehouse - 7th June  9:00pm - Get tickets
Liverpool Picturehouse At FACT - 10th June 12:00pm - Get tickets
Birmingham Electric Cinema - 12th June 8.50pm - Get tickets
Southampton Harbour Lights Picturehouse - 14th June 9:00pm - Get tickets
Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse - 15th June 9:00pm - Get tickets
York City Screen - 18th June 8:00pm - Get tickets 
Cambridge Arts Picturehouse - 19th June - 9:00pm - Get tickets
Clapham Picturehouse - 19th June 9:15pm - Get tickets
Picturehouse Bradford  - 24th June 10pm - Get tickets
East London Genesis Cinema - 25th June 1:00pm - Get tickets 
Exeter Picturehouse - 26th June 9:00pm - Get tickets

Watch the trailer below:

Mad To Be Normal is based on the story of world-renowned Scottish psychiatrist RD Laing who opened a unique anti-psychiatry community at Kingsley Hall, East London, during the 1960s to offer medication-free treatment to people diagnosed with mental illness.   His revolutionary methods involved experimenting with LSD on his patients and practicing a form of self-­healing known as metanoia, causing outrage and controversy in the medical profession and radically changing attitudes and perceptions of mental health around the world.

David Tennant stars as Laing alongside Michael Gambon, Elisabeth Moss and Gabriel Byrne, The film was written and directed by Robert Mullan and is produced by Gizmo Films and Bad Penny Productions.

⭐️⭐️️⭐️️⭐️ The Guardian 
"David Tennant is on pugnacious, mercurial and beady-eyed form in this very interesting and absorbing film. It’s one of his best performances."

⭐️⭐️️⭐️️⭐️ The Times
"The charismatic core is Tennant, all unsentimental humanity, flamboyant flaws and paisley shirts as the man whose radical methods had him dubbed “the acid Marx” and “the white Martin Luther King”

⭐️⭐️️⭐️️⭐️ The Daily Expess
"Tennant offers a spot-on evocation of a mercurial figure."

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