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Join us for The Circle movie premier at Suncoast

Get your tickets now for a red carpet cocktail evening with light entertainment, followed by the premiere screening of The Circle – a futuristic thriller starring Hollywood favourites, Emma Watson and Tom Hanks.

It's all happening on Friday 11 August at 7pm at Suncoast CineCentre. The glitzy event will also see the launch of Tafta’s very first cinema advertisement to commemorate the organisation’s 60th anniversary. Through six decades of dedicated service focused on the needs of the elderly, Tafta has earned a reputation for providing superior care, compassion, meals and shelter and – more importantly – love, laughter, and a helping hand.

Tickets for the evening cost R200, which includes popcorn and a coke, as well as entry into a draw where one lucky theatre-goer will stand the chance of winning a family getaway for four people. All proceeds from the evening will go towards Tafta's needy pensioners fund, so you can help our elders while enjoying a special evening out!


Click the button below to buy your tickets for the movie online. Or contact Ateesha or Siyabonga on 031 332 3721 or email ateesha@tafta.org.za for more information.





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