Radio Clyde is proud to announce its sponsorship of Glasgow Science Centre?s IMAX cinema to coincide with a special first screening of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
The fourth instalment of the Harry Potter series will be shown at the Radio Clyde IMAX Cinema at Glasgow Science Centre from Friday 18 November for the first time at one minute past midnight. Kids can catch the film after school with early evening screenings at 4.30pm and 7.30pm.
The movie gets the special Radio Clyde IMAX treatment, offering equal parts danger and delight with the usual dragons, house-elves and death defying challenges. The Harry Potter experience is amplified on a screen bigger than a 5-aside football pitch, as Harry enters the Triwizard Tournament where he must navigate mazes and face-off against a fire-breathing dragon.
Also coming to the Radio Clyde IMAX Cinema from Tuesday 6 December is the first the record braking IMAX film, Santa vs the Snowman 3D. Telling the story of a lonely snowman who becomes jealous of the attention lavished on Santa at Christmas, this hilarious epic-scale polar war features hot chocolate squirt guns, giant Igloo Robot Walkers and a 50-foot tall toy soldier manned by Santa himself. The movie will be screened at the Radio Clyde IMAX Cinema until Monday 9 January.
Paul Cooney, Managing Director of Radio Clyde says:
?Sponsoring the Radio Clyde IMAX cinema for the winter season makes perfect sense as it attracts a huge target audience for us. It further cements our relationship with Glasgow Science Centre and re-enforces our position as the only radio station for Glasgow and the West.?
Glasgow Science Centre’s Marketing Manager Alasdair Burns says:
“We are delighted to have Radio Clyde as our sponsor and to be the only IMAX in the UK to be selected to show Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. We’re sure that the West of Scotland?s moviegoers will be in for a cinematic treat. It’s a chance to see all the drama and action on a screen which is bigger than a Quidditch pitch!”