The Armstrong Lie, a documentary about the bike legend’s rise and fall from grace, will be screened as part of a Cycle To Cinema event - and you could win a copy on DVD, writes Graham Walker.
The screening is at Moorlands Discovery Centre, National Trust Longshaw Estate, near Hathersage, on Thursday, June 26, 8pm.
Tickets £6, or £8 with coffee/tea/cake. See cycletothecinema.co.uk
To celebrate we have five copies to be won on DVD - see below.
Celebrating the countdown to The Grand Depart in Yorkshire, Cycle To The Cinema has teamed up with Sheffield’s DocFest, tghe documentary festival organisers, to host a series of adventure sports film nights across Sheffield and the Peak District.
The next screening is the new blockbuster cycling film The Armstrong Lie.
The film documents the shocking, untold story of ex-cyclist Armstrong’s improbable rise and scandalous fall from grace as the ultimate comeback story of his return to racing turned into a federal crime investigation into allegations of doping.
The DVD includes exclusive commentary from the Oscar winning Director Alex Gibney, Q&As with key players and more than 40 minutes of deleted scenes.
WIN A COPY OF THE ARMSTRONG LIE ON DVD
We have five copies of the Sony Pictures release to be won on DVD in our free draw. Enter by post or Twitter.
Post your details to The Armstrong Lie Competition, StarCompTAL, Graham Walker, The Star, York Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S1 1PU.
Or follow Digital Editor Graham Walker on Twitter @GW1962 and tweet him with #StarCompTAL.
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