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What's OnThe Queen's Corgi: Charity Preview Screening and Corgi Garden Party

Discover the pawfect family day out, with the preview screening on Cineworld's largest screen and a Corgi Garden party in Leicester Square!
  • Dates 30/06/2019 - 30/06/2019
  • Location Leicester Square gardens & Cineworld, 5-6 Leicester Square, WC2H 7NA
  • Price From FREE
Looking for something special this summer?Don’t miss The Queen’s Corgi: Charity Preview Screening at Cineworld in Leicester Square, from 10.30am on Sunday 30th June 2019.Tap the button below to reserve tickets to see the cinema screening.Ticket sales go towards funding the vital work of the Film and Television Charity, who exist to help creativity in UK Film and TV flourish and offer a variety of support to professionals working behind the camera when they need it most.The screening has been donated by Lionsgate UK, presented by The Film & Television Charity, and supported by Cineworld, Leicester Square and Westminster City Council.The pawfect party for everyone!The Queen's Corgi cinema screening isn't all that's on offer!Discover the Corgi Garden party in Leicester Square Gardens. Vistiors can meet some royal Corgis and enjoy music and entertainment alongside a special guest appearance from Marcel the Corgi!Plus, take part in activities including face painting, biscuit and cupcake decorating and much more. There’s something for everyone to enjoy at this activity-filled event in Leicester Square.So, round up your family and friends for a Sunday bursting with entertainment.Discover more when you discoverLSQ!What's more, we're giving you the chance to win two tickets to The Queen's Corgi: Charity Preview Screening. There are two pairs of tickets up for grabs for two lucky winners. Scroll to the bottom of the page to find out how to enter!

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