A programme of big-name films is set for Tarbert, as tickets went on sale this week (Wednesday October 2nd) for the next visit of the Screen Machine.

The rolling cinema is coming to Tarbert on November 6th and 7th, bringing four box-office smashes to the Harris audience.

Kids’ favourite The Lion King, in its new computer-animated version from Disney, is to be shown on Wednesday afternoon (6th November), with tickets already selling fast.

The same evening Renée Zellwegger’s surprise incarnation as Judy Garland is the first Oscar-tipped offer for Harris audiences. It’s set in London in 1968 as screen legend Judy Garland embarks on a series of sell-out shows in what was to be the last year of her life.

Thursday November 7th brings the much-anticipated feature-length Downton Abbey to the rolling screen, with a royal visit and all the usual drama upstairs and down.

And later in the evening Joaquin Phoenix brings a dark interpretation of Batman’s nemesis, Joker – a misunderstood loner in Gotham City.

All tickets are for sale online now at https://www.screenmachine.co.uk/locations/east-tarbert/, with eight tickets for each show held back for sale on the door on the night.