Conspiracy of Silence – A Very Special Film Event

I am pleased to tell you about a significant and important debate, taking place on the eve of the arrival of Pope Benedict to the UK for his state visit. The event takes place at the Odeon West End cinema in Leicester Square on Tuesday 14 September, and begins at 6.30pm with a screening of the award winning-film, Conspiracy of Silence, written and directed by John Deery. Along with the Bishop of Nottingham, stand-up comedian and broadcaster, Frank Skinner, there will be other special guests including theologians, lawyers, writers, and broadcasters, to debate the topic of celibacy in the Catholic priesthood. BBC Radio 4’s Ernie Rea will chair the debate.
The event has attracted a lot of media attention, with Sky, BBC, and ITN all covering on the day. Tickets are selling fast and as a very special offer to friends of mine who read this, the film’s producers are offering a 1/3 off ticket prices (reduced from £30 to £20) to the film and the debate. Order by calling John Deery’s office on 020 8392 1936 or email
Make sure you quote ‘Daniel Lee’ to get this special price.
Reduced ticket prices: £20 for adults (normal price £30) and £15 students and seniors (normal price £20)
For details of the film and debate visit:
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The film is based on real stories from real priests including one of the first Catholic priests in the UK to become HIV positive in 1986.
Join us for a great night of film drama and intelligent debate.

See y’all there!

For more information on this event, please contact:
John Deery
Director Producer Screenwriter
Conspiracy of Silence Ltd
Office: +44 (0)20 8392 1936
Mob/cell: +44 (0)7711 384 327


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