We are delighted to be able to offer school screenings of the COPA 71 (PG) at your local Picturehouse. COPA 71 Tells the story of the 1971 Women's World Cup, which saw soccer teams from all over the world gather in Mexico City's Azteca Stadium to compete in front of more than 100,000 spectators. It was the last women's World Cup until the official FIFA event 20 years later. Dismissed by the male-dominated football associations around the world, the event was written out of history — until now.
The film is available on a book by request basis for weekday morning screenings from its release on 8 March. Screenings normally will start at or before 10:30am, but if you require a different start time please let us know on the request form, and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Submit your booking request via this booking form
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Suitability: KS2, KS3
Running Time: 90min
Price: £4 per student (minimum 25 students, or £100 for smaller groups). 1 free adult per 10 students. Please note you may be sharing a screen with another group.
Food & Drink: Popcorn + drink £2.50pp (to be ordered in advance)
Available: Weekday mornings from 8 March 2024.
If you'd like to request your screening have adjustments aimed to reduce anxiety and overstimulation, please let us know when you book. You can find more information about these adjustments here.
Please note you may be sharing a screen with another group. If this is a problem, please let us know at the time of booking.