'˜Unique' Outlaw King big screen showing ... at Bannockburn

The National Trust for Scotland is advertising 'a truly unique screening' of blockbuster movie Outlaw King at the Battle of Bannockburn visitor centre this month.

By The Newsroom
Sunday, 20th January 2019, 4:06 pm
Updated Sunday, 20th January 2019, 5:28 pm
Chris Pine as King Robert I of Scotland.
Chris Pine as King Robert I of Scotland.

The January 26 event begins with a tour of the centre led by Dr Callum Watson, one of the historical advisors on the film, who will discuss the key events of the film and conduct a Q&A session.

For the afternoon screening, the Q&A will be led by Scott McMaster, chief historical advisor for the film.

The evening screening will feature a talk by the film’s First Assistant Director/Co-Producer, Danny McGrath.

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The organisers say attendees will be met by the centre’s re-enactment team.

Film-goers will be invited to mingle with Robert Bruce, James Douglas, and other characters in the film.

The event is strictly over-18, because of the film’s rating, and tickets are £5.

For further details visit “events” at https://www.nts.org.uk