Last chance to see highest grossing Swans film

9th October 2014

Swans documentary Jack to a King has proved a smash box office hit after becoming the highest grossing UK football documentary of all time.

The film launched at London's Empire cinema in Leicester Square with a red carpet premiere on Friday, September 12, where former Dr Who actor Christopher Eccleston, comedian Max Boyce and local TV personality Nev Wilshire all attended the screening alongside Swans legends Alan Curtis, Lee Trundle and Leon Britton.

Swans boss Garry Monk joined the likes of singer Bonnie Tyler and former Wales rugby captain Ryan Jones at a special gala showing in Swansea two days later.

Fans have flocked to screenings of the rags to riches Swansea story across South Wales and London over the past month, but now have just one more week to see Jack to a King on the big screen at Swansea's Odeon and Vue cinema before the final showing on Thursday, October 16.

A full list of screenings including special Q & A screenings:
- Odeon & Vue: Swansea - showing until October 16
- Theatr Mwldan: Cardigan - October 9, 10 
- Weyside Arts Centre: Builth Wells - October 10, 12 
- The Welfare: Ystradgynlais - October 13 includes Q&A about film
- Bangor University (main arts lecture theatre) - October 16 Q&A screening in association with Documentary Wales/Dogfen Cymru.
- Neuadd Dwyfor: Pwllheli - October 17 includes Q&A about film
- Arts Centre: Pontardawe - October 22 includes Q&A about film
- The Torch: Milford Haven - October 27 (Q&A/film) October 29 (standard screening)