Masaaki Yuasa’s The Night is Short, Walk on Girl UK Cinema Locations Revealed

The next anime film getting the UK theatrical treatment is looming closer, and so are the cinema locations!

Back in May, Anime Limited announced they plan to theatrically release Masaaki Yuasa’s The Night is Short, Walk on Girl throughout the UK during 4th October 2017 and now the cinema locations are slowly being unveiled. The film had already received its UK premiere at both Glasgow and London with each performing very well as in addition to offering a Q&A with the director. The upcoming 4th October 2017 date will be the usual theatrical treatment that Your Name, A Silent Voice, Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale, Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry, In This Corner of the World, Project Itoh: Genocidal Organ, and Napping Princess all received in the past twelve months.

Here’s the story synopsis as a recap!

Gracefully yet violently, The Girl with Black Hair (Kana Hanazawa) swirls through the abstract Kyoto night a joyful tempest. Blowing through pub crawls, festivals and book fairs, her youthful glee infects parties of increasingly eccentric characters, but amongst the debtors, existentialists and the God of the Old Book Market, can she be convinced “coincidental” encounters are fate and will she notice the Senpai (Gen Hoshino) in pursuit of her love? Whether the hands on your clock move fast or slow, The Night is Short, Walk On Girl.

Without further due, here are the locations. The film’s main website is available to view here.

Cineworld

(the page is up but locations have yet to be revealed on there, we’ll update as soon as it is available!)

The locations revealed so far as listed below:

  • Dublin
  • Edinburgh
  • Glasgow IMAX at GSC
  • London West India Quay
  • Milton Keynes
  • Poole
  • Sheffield

ODEON

Every location listed below all start at 19:00 (7:00pm).

  • Belfast
  • Birmingham Broadway Plaza
  • Bournemouth BH2 (New)
  • Brighton
  • Camden
  • Guildford
  • Kingston
  • Liverpool ONE
  • Metrocentre
  • Milton Keynes Stadium
  • Oxford George St
  • Panton Street
    • 4th, 6th-8th, 10th-12th Oct – 20:15 (8:15pm)
    • 6th-12th Oct – 15:45 (3:45pm)
    • 6th-12th Oct – 18:00 (6:00pm)
  • Sheffield
  • Southend
  • Wimbledon

Showcase

The locations listed below are all from their Cinema De Lux range. Every screening unless stated all start at 19:00 (7:00pm).

  • Bluewater
  • Bristol
  • Leeds
  • Leicester
  • Reading
  • Southamption [22:00 (10:00pm)]

Vue

Every location listed below all start at 19:30 (7:30pm)

  • Birmingham
  • Cambridge
  • Cheshire Oaks
  • Croydon Purley Way
  • Exeter
  • Gateshead
  • Harrow
  • Hull
  • Leeds (The Light)
  • London: Finchley Road (O2 Centre)
  • London: Islington (Angel)
  • London: Shepherd’s Bush
  • London: Westfield Stratford
  • London: Wood Green
  • Manchester Lowry
  • Manchester Printworks
  • Newcastle Under Lyme
  • Northampton
  • Norwich
  • Oxford
  • Plymouth
  • Portsmouth
  • Sheffield (Meadowhall)
  • Swansea
  • Watford

Other Various Locations

  • Dublin:
    • Lighthouse Cinema:
      4th Oct – 18:20 (6:20pm)
  • London:
    • Hackney Picturehouse:
      4th Oct – 20:45 (8:45pm)
  • Sheffield:
    • The Showroom:
      4th Oct – 18:30 (6:30pm)
      8th Oct – 16:00 (4:00pm)

The Night is Short, Walk on Girl will be available on 4th October 2017 in Japanese audio with English subtitles only.

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As Weiss once said "But enough of this introductory chatter! Let us hear your tale!". After finishing University studying Game Development and once taking charge of SHU's anime society. Grav ventures on as a News Reporter. If you see that massive legal streaming thread Grav heroically did all that and had consumed many hours of his life. The reason? He was bored.

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