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  • "Much Ado About Dying" Screening

    Created: 02/05/2024
    News/Events Category: Community Events


    When: 10.30-12.00, Thursday 30 May 2024
    Where: Byre Theatre, University of St Andrews, Abbey Street, St Andrews KY16 9LA
    This event is being organised by Cosmic Cat Films

    It is too late to book a place for this particular session, sorry about that.

    Cosmic Cat Films is proud to launch the new film "Much Ado About Dying" in cinemas across Scotland to coincide with Demystifying Death Week.

    The film is a gloriously eccentric and thought provoking look at what it means to live. The award-winning documentary follows long-retired actor David Newlyn Gale, living in an unsuitable flat, sustaining himself on cans of soup, keeping himself warm with a small army of electric heaters and battling a mice infestation with toothpaste. 

    The film presents an intimate, occasionally funny and ultimately moving portrait of a solitary life and a quietly critical assessment of the inadequate resources available in the UK for a rapidly ageing population. 

    How to book

    This free event is open to the public. Book your tickets here.




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