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Free screening of ‘Let It Be’ next month at Kamloops theatre

"Let It Be" will play at the Paramount Theatre next month.
Image Credit: Thompson Rivers University newsletter
February 13, 2020 - 4:00 PM

Thompson Rivers University has partnered with the Kamloops Film Festival to offer a free special screening of The Beatles’ Let it Be next month.

The university is celebrating its 50th anniversary and will be offering various special events to the community throughout the year.

The film was chosen since it was released the same year Cariboo College was founded in 1970. The college would go on to become Thompson Rivers University.

The screening is open to anyone and will play on Saturday, March 7 at 4 p.m. at the Paramount Theatre.

For more information go here.

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