12 Aug 22
To celebrate the release of The Feast, we're giving one lucky winner the chance to win a bottle of Penderyn Madeira finish Single malt Welsh Whisky, along with a signed poster of The Feast.
They opened a new distillery in Llandudno in May 2021, and a further distillery in Swansea later in 2022.
They now export to over 50 countries, and have won over 100 international Gold Awards.
Penderyn is delighted that their house-style Madeira finish Single Malt Welsh Whisky is featured in The Feast. www.penderyn.wales
For a chance to win, simply email [email protected] with the subject line THE FEAST along with your booking reference for your The Feast ticket(s) at any Picturehouse Cinema.
Bought at the cinema? Just send us a photo of your ticket instead.
The competition closes on Friday 2 September 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.
You are cordially invited to a dinner party to die for...
When a wealthy family and their guests gather for a dinner party in the remote Welsh countryside, they have little idea of what awaits them.
Hosted at their luxurious new house, the family have a valuable mining venture at stake and the atmosphere is tense.
The arrival of a mysterious young woman who has been hired as a waitress brings a quiet, unsettling presence to the evening. And as the night progresses, she soon begins to challenge the family's beliefs, unravelling the illusion they've created with slow, deliberate, and terrifying consequences.
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