Street cat film to be shown in Harleston
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A film about the friendship between a man and a cat will by shown in a Norfolk town as part of a special programme.
A Street Cat Named Bob will be shown at Harleston's Masonic Lodge in Redenhall Road on Thursday, March 23 at 2pm and 7.30pm.
The screening is part of a Village Screen Extra programme organised by Creative Arts East.
Alice Morelli, from Creative Arts East, said: 'Through Village Screen, Creative Arts East has provided a valuable service across Norfolk and Suffolk.
'Having seen the amazing attendance over the past eight months, we are so excited to announce these further screenings.
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'Working with Village Screen's members has created a vibrant and engaging programme of films and has given audiences a chance to see a diverse range of films as well as attract many new faces.'
Admission to the screening costs £4.
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