A free cinema screening is available in Norwich for Zac Efron's newest film.

Escapes, supported by the BFI are launching thousands of free cinema screenings across the UK with Norwich being chosen to take part in the scheme.

The project aims to tempt more people to go to the cinema to enjoy big-screen experiences and support independent film.

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The scheme has chosen Cinema City in St Andrews Street, the three-screen venue in the stunning 16th century Suckling House.

The building was changed to a cinema nearly a hundred years ago in 1925, with the current cinema being born in 1978.

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The free screening will show the new award-winning Zac Efron and Jeremy Allen White film, The Iron Claw.

The film follows the true story of the Von Erich brothers who made history in the world of professional wrestling in the 1980s.

The free cinema screening will take place on Monday, February 5 at 5.45pm with tickets available online via Cinematik.