Following ‘Mad To Be Normal’s’ successful world premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival more UK screenings are being announced.

The film goes on general UK release from April 6th with newly announced screenings at….

  • SCREENING CONFIRMED – April 7th – Empire Newcastle – Tickets on sale till April 2nd
  • SCREENING CONFIRMED – April 8th – Picturehouse at FACT, Liverpool on sale till April 7th
  • April 9th – City Screen, York – Tickets on sale till April 2nd
  • April 9th – Picturehouse Central, Piccadilly, London – Tickets on sale till April 2nd
  • April 9th – Regal Picturehouse, Henley-on-Thames – Tickets on sale till April 2nd
  • April 10th – Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge – Tickets on sale till April 2nd
  • April 11th – Reel Cinemas, Hull – Tickets on sale till April 2nd
  • April 12th – The Little Theatre Cinema, Bath – Tickets on sale till April 2nd
  • April 12th – Hackney Picturehouse, London – Tickets on sale till April 2nd
  • NEW – April 12th – Picturehouse at National Media Museum, Bradford – Tickets on sale till April 2nd
  • SCREENING CONFIRMED – April 13th – Cinema City, Norwich – Tickets on sale till 2nd
  • April 16th – East Dulwich Picturehouse, London – Tickets on sale till April 9th
  • April 17th – Dukes of Komedia, Brighton – Tickets on sale till April 9th
  • NEW – April 18th – AMC Cinemas, Manchester – Tickets on sale till April 9th

For more details and to buy tickets see the ourscreen website.

But these screening will only happen if enough people want to see the film.

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About Mad to be Normal

David Tennant plays an infamous Scottish psychiatrist R. D. Laing who practised a non-traditional and controversial treatment for those suffered from schizophrenia. He established a medication-free community called Kingsley Hall where he also lived with the patients.

Mad to be Normal also star Elisabeth Moss, Gabriel Bryne, Michael Gambon, and David Bamber. It is written and directed by Robert Mullen. Executive produced by Peter Gerard Dunphy. Produced by Phin Glynn, Charlotte Arden, and Alan Latham for Gizmo Films and Bad Penny Productions.

For more information on Mad to be Normal, visit our dedicated pages. 

 

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