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#Cubs100 & Jungle Book

12th February 2016

ODEON East Kilbride & The Jungle Book

Join us to celebrate #Cubs100 at your local ODEON cinema! Disney’s latest live action classic, The Jungle Book, which was first told to the Movement by founder Robert Baden-Powell, will be shown for Cub Scouts, siblings, leaders, parents and friends to enjoy on Saturday 16th April 2016. Visit www.odeon.co.uk to check film times and book your visit, to see a real-life jungle journey of a carefree bear and protective black panther getting a young man-cub back to his own kind on the big screen.

Join thousands of Cub Scouts, their friends and family celebrate this all time classic on Saturday 16th April. Tickets cost £5.50 per person. Choose from 09:30 or 12:15 showing.

Ticket only -

All tickets from only: £5.50

Family Ticket (2 adults, 2 kids or 1 adult, 3 kids): £20

Ticket and retail packages –

Tickets only: £5.50

Adult £9.50: 750ml Water, Bag of Sweets, Bag Of Popcorn 60g

Kids £7.50: Kids Pop Corn - Kids Drink - Kids Snack

The rating of the film will not be announced for several weeks, but no need to wait to buy your tickets! You can take your Cubs to see a 12a with their parent or carer’s permission – if they have any concerns, why not take them along too! Tickets are on sale for Cubs’ families and friends as well.

For more information please contact Gavin at ODEON East Kilbride on 01355 249419.

Author: Gary Bainbridge

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