Head to Spain at the Castlegar Monday Movie

Tthe Kootenay Gallery is presenting A Trip to Spain at the Old Theatre Castlegar on Monday, Dec. 18.

As an antidote to Christmas stress and our winter weather, the Kootenay Gallery is presenting A Trip to Spain at the Old Theatre Castlegar on Monday, Dec. 18 at 7 p.m.

As a special pre-movie treat, for an extra $5, we’re offering a selection of tapas and a glass of sangria in the cinema, before the showing of the movie at 7.30. Movie tickets at the door, $9 and at the Gallery.

After their famous jaunts through northern England and Italy, Steve Coogan and Rob Bryden embark on another delicious culinary road trip. They head to Spain to sample the best of the country’s gastronomic delights. Between rounds of their hilarious banter and celebrity impersonations, which sound more like the people they mock than the stars themselves, are some more serious reflections of what middle age means to them.

As always the scenery is breathtaking and the cuisine to die for — if you don’t succumb from laughing first.

A big thank you to our sponsor of the special event, Zellstoff Celgar, and thanks again to Lowell and family at the Old Theatre.

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