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Prisoners And Pups Showing on Regional Screens

Prisoners And Pups is a unique story being shown on the big screen across regional South Australia.

The film follows a group of female prisoners who have eight weeks to transform retired racing greyhounds into obedient house-friendly pets, ready for adoption.

Shalom Almond is the Filmmaker and joined Anita on today's Country Viewpoint to share the story.

Prisoners and Pups is currently on a regional tour of South Australia, and is visiting:

Murray Bridge - Tuesday 6 Nov, 7:30pm

Murray Bridge Town Hall, 17 Bridge St

Mt Gambier - Wednesday 7 Nov, 7:30pm

City Hall – Main Corner, Watson Terrace

Bordertown - Thursday 8 Nov, 7:30pm

Tatiara Civic Centre, 43 Woolshed St

Naracoorte - Sunday 11 Nov, 2pm

Naracoorte Town Hall, 95 Smith St

Port Pirie - Saturday 17 Nov, 7:30pm

Parham Street Centre, 3 Parham St,

Kadina - Sunday 18 Nov, 6pm

Ascot Theatre, 50 Graves St

Port Augusta - Wednesday 21 Nov, 7:30pm

Institute Theatre, 52 Commercial Rd

Whyalla - Thursday 22 Nov, 7:30pm

Middleback Theatre, 141a Nicolson Ave

Clare - Friday 23 Nov, 7:30pm

Blyth Cinema, 15 Moore St

Gawler - Saturday 24th Nov, 7:30pm

Gawler Sport and Community Centre, 7 Nixon Terrace

Screenings are followed by a Q&A with Shalom, tickets are $10 or $5 concession, available at the door.

For more information, visit: shalomalmond.com.au/prisoners-and-pups.

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