We have been asked by Andy Wilson, head of communications at the RFL, if we can inform Roughyeds fans of the planned showing of a rugby league documentary film in Manchester on Monday, May 20, which hinges on the number of advance bookings online.
The film director wrote to Andy as follows:
Thanks for the introduction and hello all.
I’m the director of a rugby league documentary film, Power Meri, which has just been released in England and is screening occasionally in cinemas.
The film was launched by RLWC2021 a few weeks ago and we’ve since had screenings in Leeds, London, Warrington and Wakefield.
Perhaps you may have heard something about it in the media but, in case not, here’s the trailer:
You can read about the film in this article.
We can set up single screenings at any cinema around the country, but they are subject to minimum advance online ticket sales. As such, we’ve set up one at Odeon Great Northern in Manchester on Monday 20 May at 6.30pm, but it will only go ahead if another 50 or so tickets are purchased online by this Sunday 12 May.
I’d be extremely grateful for any help you can offer in spreading the word among the rugby league community near Manchester about the upcoming screening and, most importantly, the need to buy tickets online by Sunday.
Additionally, if any of you would be interested in hosting a further screening at your club or in another setting you can find out more here: powermerifilm.com/host-a-screening
Many thanks in advance, Joanna Lester
Director, Power Meri www.powermerifilm.com