There’s not much room for epic journeys in and around Manchester – but don’t worry, because THE epic quest is coming to the city.
Grimm Up North is holding a screening of the extended Lord of the Rings trilogy as one of its monthly events and MM has a pair of tickets to give away.
For fans of the three-part fantasy epic, this is a chance to see the extended trilogy, originally released on DVD, as it should be seen on a silver screen in surround sound glory.
Any chance to see Peter Jackson’s masterpiece back on the big screen is to be jumped at and with child tickets available this is a chance to show the 14-year-old trilogy to a new generation.
But don’t worry about needing some Lembas bread – ‘there will be food and drinks served throughout to keep you going all the way to Mordor and back’.
Doors open at 12.30pm with the Fellowship starting at 1pm. The screening finishes at 1am, meaning a stellar twelve-hour Tolkien experience.
And we’ve got two tickets to give away to a lucky reader, courtesy of Grimm Up North.
To win simply tweet us the answer to this question: In the Lord of the Rings trilogy who plays Frodo Baggins?
Tweet answers to us at @MM_newsonline with the hashtag #LOTRfrodo. The winner will be announced and contacted tomorrow, Thursday May 28.
For those not so lucky, tickets, priced at £16 for adults and £10 for children aged 12 and under, are available here.
The journey will commence at the awesome Z-Film Studios in Heaton Mersey on Saturday May 30.
Image courtesy of New Line Cinema, with thanks