Les Dennis & Anthony Head Star In New Comedy SIDESHOW Is Coming To Cinemas On March 11 With Digital Release On March 28
Munro Film is excited to share the new release date for their latest star-studded comedy, Sideshow, which will be coming to cinemas across the UK from 11th March. The film's theatrical release will be followed by a home entertainment release on 28th March.
The film follows two criminals who after breaking into the home of a washed-up psychic, get much more than they bargained for, because ‘The All-Seeing Stupendo’ is a genuine master of the dark mystic arts – at least that’s what it says on his poster and he’s sticking to it...
Featuring hilarious performances from British legends Les Dennis (Extras, Coronation Street) and Anthony Head (Ted Lasso, Buffy), as well as April Pearson (Skins) and Nathan Clarke (Alex Rider), this film is sure to get audiences laughing.
Commenting on the release writer & director Adam Oldroyd said "Sideshow is my modern take on the black humour of the old Ealing comedies. Les was the perfect pick to play ageing psychic Stuart Pendrick, his years of experience as one of the nation’s best-loved entertainers was the ideal material to draw from."
Producer Michael Riley also commented on the film's upcoming theatrical release saying "Featuring a brilliant, touching and tragicomic career-best central performance from entertainment legend Les Dennis, Sideshow gives UK audiences a chance to shake off those pandemic blues. It’s a hilarious, perfectly-pitched and thoroughly silly way to spend 90mins, and shouldn’t be missed."
Sideshow will be coming to UK cinemas from 11th March & digital download 28th March
Distributor: Munro Film
Theatrical Release Date: 11th March
Home Ent Release Date: 28th March
Short Synopsis: After breaking into the home of a washed-up psychic, two criminals get much more than they bargained for, because ‘The All-Seeing Stupendo’ is a genuine master of the dark mystic arts – at least that’s what it says on his poster and he’s sticking to it.
Director: Adam Oldroyd
Cast: Les Dennis, April Pearson, Nathan Clarke & Anthony Head
Run Time: 95 Minutes