A theatre-style set is to be built in the cinema's 350-capacity main auditorium for the event, organised by the Royal Bank of Scotland for a host of clients and their families. The Dominion also just happens to be on the doorstep of RBS chief executive Fred Goodwin. Giant spiders and rats, burning torches, spooky music, atmospheric lights and overhead projections of Quidditch matches will all be used to get the audience in the mood for a screening of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire...Link (Thanks, Joe!)
"There will be lots of entertainment before the film starts with the falconry, the owls and the magicians and so on, and the rats and spiders will be there throughout the screening..."
"The company that is decorating the cinema will be leaving everything in place after the screening on the Saturday morning, so anyone going along to the later screenings will also see what is being brought in."
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