Uganda: London Screening of Museveni's "Brilliant Genocide" September 30

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[Public Announcement]
Please Get Your Tickets Now
For decades Ugandans have been systematically subjected to slow motion genocide. At last we have someone speaking to the world on behalf of Ugandans.
Raindance Film Festival are screening the UK premier  "A Brilliant Genocide";  a political expose that sheds light on the slow motion genocide  by a brutal dictator; a forgotten war,  and an international conspiracy of silence. This expose is an Atlantic star productions, directed by Ebony Butler.
Please let us come out in large numbers and view the film, and join our voices to the voices of pain and suffering that our people have felt and are still feeling.
***For people who do not live in the UK, please pass this message to anyone who is in the UK who can attend.
DATES:  There are two screening dates;
·         Tuesday 27th September at 15.15  and
·          Friday 30th September at 21.00 (9.00pm) ( Being the more official screening, and having panel experts discussions)
VENUE: Raindance Vue Cinema Piccadilly Circus, 19 Lower Regent Street, SW1Y 4LR.
Nearest Tube Station, Piccadilly Circus
TICKETS: Please note that the tickets range between £8-13 (including booking fee). Please note that there are also concession tickets for people who qualify.
For tickets and more information including a preview, please visit the link below...
*** Please also note the following;
All venues have unallocated seating, doors open 15 minutes prior to start time
If you are not seated 10 minutes before the time advertised start time, your ticket may be reallocated. So all are advised to arrive early
All events are 18+ only.
No professional type cameras or recording devices will be allowed in the venue.
*** Please share widely

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