Travelling fans can see Swans film in London
8th September 2014
Swans fans heading to London for this weekend's sold out top-of-the-table Premier League clash with Chelsea still have a chance to get their ticket to see Jack to a King in Leicester Square straight after the game.
A special Gala Showing for Swansea City takes place the night before with the likes of Alan Curtis, Leon Britton, Alan Tate and Lee Trundle attending the screening at the famous Empire cinema.
The documentary film - written and produced by Mal Pope - showcases Swansea's remarkable ten-year rise from the depths of League Two to the heights of the Premier League, with those who helped save the club from going out of business telling their story on the big screen.
Tickets for the London showing are on sale now and can be purchased by clicking HERE.
The Empire Cinema in Leicester Square will be screening two showings a day at 2.40pm and 7.30pm for one week only!
The film will also be shown at cinemas in Wales giving football fans the chance to relive the rise and watch Swansea's spectacular story on the big screen.
A full list of cinemas showing Jack to a King:
- Empire Cinema, London, Leicester Square - September 12 onwards (7 days)
- Odeon, Swansea, Llanelli, Bridgend, Cardiff - September 12 onwards (7 days)
- Cineworld, Newport - September 12 onwards (7 days)
- Reel, Port Talbot - September 12 onwards (7 days)
- Showcase, Nantgarw - September 12 onwards (7 days)
- Gwyn Hall, Neath - September 29 (1 day) includes Q&A about film
- Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan - October 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 (6 days)
- Gwyn Hall, Neath - October 7 (2 days)
- Weyside Arts Centre, Builth Wells - October 10 (2 days)
- Neuadd Dwyfor, Pwllheli - October 17 (1 day) includes Q&A about film
- Arts Centre, Pontardawe - October 22 (1 day) includes Q&A about film
- The Torch, Milford Haven - October 27 (1 day) includes Q&A about film