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Eureka Seven: The Movie London Screening Details

Date: 2010 July 20th Tuesday [14:10] | Posted By: Joe

Anime fans in London will want to head over to the Barbican on Friday 24th of September 2010 to see their screening of Eureka Seven: The Movie. Resident anime expert Helen McCarthy will be at hand to introduce the feature.

As always with popular features, we suggest you book early to avoid disappointment.
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Press release as follows:

barbican film
September 2010
barbican.org.uk/film
Box Office: 0845 120 7527


JAPANIMATION Friday 24 September
8.30pm Eureka Seven: The Movie (12A*) (Japan 2009 Dir. Tomoki Kyoda 115 min) introduced by anime expert Helen McCarthy

Eureka Seven: The Movie is a complete re-imagining of the popular TV series, an emotional tale of love and survival amid spectacular aerial maneuvers. When Renton is cruelly separated from his childhood playmate Eureka, a girl who cannot survive in sunlight, he vows to rescue her. Years later Renton, a mecha pilot on the airship Gekko, is finally reunited with the girl he loves, only to discover her true nature and dark fate.

In Japanese with English subtitles.


barbican.org.uk/film
Box Office: 0845 120 7527

Ticket prices:
Book online and save up to 2 off every ticket!
From 1 September:
Standard: 10.50 / 8.50 online
Members: 8.50 / 6.50 online
Concessions: 7.50
Under 15: 5.50
Monday Madness: all tickets 6.50
Ticket offer: The Surreal House exhibition ticket holders for 9 September can buy a ticket to Louise Bourgeois: the Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine for 6.
Ticket offer: Book Blackmail in the Hall and pay just 7 per ticket for The Lodger and The Ring.

Source: Barbican

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