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Win a Pair of Tickets to a Screening of Jumanji!

Bristol Film Festival - Win a Pair of Tickets to a Screening of Jumanji!

Competition Ends: 14/12/2017

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Don’t miss the chance to see The Bristol Film Festival's screening of the Nineties classic!

Beloved by children and adults alike, Jumanji is a charming film for the whole family to enjoy. Starring the enigmatic Robin Williams, and a young Kirsten Dunst, the fantasy adventure comedy will be shown in the Bristol Museum’s main hall, while a cleverly designed light show will further bring the film to life.

So whether you can quote the film in your sleep, or have never seen it, this screening promises a new and exciting viewing experience for all.

Win a pair of tickets to a screening of Jumanji!

Jumanji will screen at the Bristol Museum on Thursday 28 December from 9:00pm - 11:00pm. This screening will be subtitled.

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