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First ever Subway film screening is a sell-out!

Glasgow Film Festival 2013

A one-of-a-kind Subway film event has sold out – less than 12 hours after being announced.

Tickets for Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) and the Glasgow Film Festival’s (GFF) screening of a mystery film were snapped up by 50 film enthusiasts all keen to attend the first ever underground cinema event at St Enoch station on 17th February.

SPT has also teamed up with the festival to offer a £1 discount on all screening tickets to Subway passengers.

SPT Chair George Redmond said:

“The Glasgow Film Festival is internationally renowned and this year’s line-up promises to be the best yet.

“I’m delighted that the Subway is able to play its part in the festival by offering passengers a discount and hosting a special screening of a cult classic in a unique venue- it promises to be an amazing night.”

GFF co-director Allison Gardner added:

“The Film Festival continues to grow year on year. We’re always striving to bring film to audiences in new and unusual venues so we’re thrilled to be screening in one of the Glasgow Subway stations.”

In addition to the secret Subway event, SPT has teamed up with GFF to offer Subway passengers £1 off tickets to all films, subject to terms and conditions.

Terms and Conditions

  • Subject to availability.
  • Booking must be made at the Glasgow Film Festival Box Office, offer not available online or telephone.
  • Subway ticket must be valid on the day of booking and the performance must be on the same day as the booking.
  • Only one Subway ticket can redeemed against a performance, each booked ticket must be accompanied by a valid Subway ticket.
  • Offer only applies to standard ticket priced tickets.