No. 6 Cinema, Portsmouth’s only independent filmhouse, screen 1965 American musical drama film The Sound of Music on Thursday 21st December 2017, from 3:00pm — a matinée performance.
Maria is a tomboyish postulant at an Austrian abbey who is sent to become a governess in the home of a widowed naval captain with seven children.
Her arrival brings a new love of life and music into the home. Based on the real life story of the Von Trapp Family singers, one of the world's best-known concert groups in the era immediately preceding World War II.
Book online through the No. 6 Cinema website, or buy on the door on the night.
- Director: Robert Wise
- Starring: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer
- Running time: two hours and 54 minutes (174 minutes)
- Adults: £8.00
- Concessions: £6.50 (students, seniors (60+), or Portsmouth Leisure Card holders)
- 25 and under: £5.00
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