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The Great Escaper writer William Ivory, from Rutland, will answer questions about film at Rutland County Museum screening





Screenwriter William Ivory will be holding a question and answer session after the screening of his latest hit film.

William, who lives in Rutland, will be attending Cinema for Rutland’s showing of The Great Escaper at Rutland County Museum on Thursday, March 7, at 7.30pm.

He will be answering questions about the film which stars Michael Caine.

William Ivory
William Ivory
The Great Escaper
The Great Escaper

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William Ivory was inspired by the wartime experiences of his parents when writing the parts for Michael Caine and Glenda Jackson. Photo: Michael Guerrero/Pathe
William Ivory was inspired by the wartime experiences of his parents when writing the parts for Michael Caine and Glenda Jackson. Photo: Michael Guerrero/Pathe

The screening will also be Rutland Veterans Society as a pre commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the D Day landings. The Great Escaper is a powerful reminder of the tremendous bravery and courage of all those who took part in June 1944.

Tickets are £7.50 from Oakham Wines or wegottickets.com. There is a licensed bar and free parking.



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