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Oscar nominee Bohemian Rhapsody on big screen thanks to Reading Film Theatre

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A FILM focusing on the story of rock band Queen is a late entry to the Reading Film Theatre programme.

Bohemian Rhapsody, which was nominated for several Oscars, is to be screened at the University of Reading’s Palmer Theatre on Tuesday, February 26.

It tells the story of the band’s formation through to their 1985 Live Aid performance.

The screen takes place from 7.45pm.

The cinema is also screening The Favourite, another Oscar nominee, is being screened at the same venue on Thursday, February 28 from 8pm.

Tickets cost £9, £8 for concessions, £7 for members, £6 for member concessions or £5 for students.

For more details or to book, call: 0118 378 7151 or www.readingfilmtheatre.co.uk.

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