Humourouse film is et to hit Louth Film Club

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An engaging and humorous film about a woman in her 70s getting ready to embark on a trip will be shown at Louth Film Club on April 18.

Grandma featuring Lily Tomlin as a poet who sees her granddaughter arrive unexpectedly and in need of help.

The film moves on to explore the relationships of three generations of women. The picture is said to be a sweet and smart comedy which will capture the eye of the both the old and the young. The showing lasts 82 minutes and kicks off at The Playhouse Cinema in Cannon Street, Louth at 7.30pm. Tickets are: £4 for Louth Film Club members, £6.90 for non-memberss and £5.50 for concessions).

To see all the full informaton about all of the Louth Film Club showings set to hit the big screen during the rest of 2016, please visit their website via: www.louthfilmclub.com.