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Greta Thunberg's story to show with exclusive Vue Inverness QnA

By Margaret Chrystall

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VUE Inverness hosts the story of world-famous teenage climate activist, Greta Thunbergon Sunday, October 18.

Barry Laird, general manager at Vue Inverness, said: “It’s great to be able to bring content such as this to the big screen at Vue Inverness.

Screening followed by QnA exclusive to Vue.
Screening followed by QnA exclusive to Vue.

“Greta has become a household name for many in recent years, although the full details of her rise to prominence may not be so familiar to us all.

"This documentary provides a great insight into how this young girl has managed to have such a global impact.

“Showing in the ultimate audio and picture quality, we hope our viewers will be able to come along and immerse themselves in this true story.”

Told through never-seen-before footage, this intimate documentary from Swedish director Nathan Grossman explores Greta’s rise to worldwide fame – and includes a Q&A with Greta, exclusive to Vue.

The special screening at 3pm provides an insight into how a shy schoolgirl and her one-person school strike outside Swedish Parliament sparked a global movement of school strikes and action on climate change, whilst Greta herself became a world-famous activist.

The story culminates in Greta’s wind-powered voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to speak at the UN Climate Action Summit in New York City.

Not only can customers at enjoy big screen entertainment at Vue Inverness, they can do so in the safest possible way, thanks to the range of measures introduced to keep staff and customers safe.

“These include a booking system with in-built physical distancing, reduced touch points, hand sanitiser throughout the site, and staggered film start and end times to avoid crowding,” said Mr Laird.

Tickets for the screening on Sunday, October 18 at 3pm, are available now at: www.myvue.com

For more information on safety measures customers can visit: www.myvue.com/staysafe

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