17 May 22
To celebrate the release of the new film The Road Dance, we're giving you the chance to win an incredible prize! When you join us to watch the film at your nearest Picturehouse cinema, you can win a 5-night stay at The Gearrannan Blackhouse Village on the Isle of Lewis, where the movie was filmed.
One lucky winner will receive:
A 5 night stay for up to 5 people in Taigh Glass cottage in The Gearrannan Blackhouse Village. This 4 star cottage offers a solid fuel stove, underfloor heating, shower room, double bedroom, single bedroom, fully fitted kitchenette, and a living area with a double sofa bed. It is perfect for a family.
Close to the Callanish Standing Stones and Carloway Brochm, the self-catering accommodation is an ideal location for exploring the Western Isles – scenery, archaeology, environment and wildlife, with opportunities for walking, cycling, fishing, surfing or relaxing.
Life in the Scottish Hebrides is harsh - the edge of the world some call it. For the beautiful Kirsty, her love for Murdo and their shared dreams of America promise escape from the scrape of the land and a stifled destiny. But the Great War changes all when Murdo is conscripted. The night before the young men go off to battle, tragedy is set in motion as villagers swirl and sup at a "road dance." Based on the acclaimed novel by John MacKay, The Road Dance is adapted for the screen and directed by Richie Adams.
For a chance to win, simply email [email protected] with THE ROAD DANCE in the subject line with your booking reference for your The Road Dance ticket(s) at any Picturehouse Cinema.
The competition closes on 3 June 2022.
Open to UK residents only. Entrants must be at least 18 years old. The winners will be picked at random and contacted via their method of entry. Our standard competition terms and conditions apply.
The Road Dance is in cinemas from Fri 20 May — Book Now
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