Mad To Be Normal Pre-Release Screenings Listed By Glasgow Film Theatre



The Glasgow Film Theatre have confirmed times for screenings of Mad To Be Normal, the R.D. Laing biopic starring David Tennant as the controversial psychiatrist, with Elisabeth Moss, Michael Gambon and Gabriel Byrne. The venue will be showing exclusive previews of the film between Friday 24th - Thursday 30th March ahead of of its national release on Thursday 6th April.

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Mad To Be Normal premieres on Sunday 26th February as the closing gala of the 2017 Glasgow Film Festival, with David Tennant, his co-star Michael Gambon and the production's writer and director Robert Mullan in attendance. 

Mad To Be Normal
There was no more charismatic or controversial a figure during the swinging ‘60s than Scottish psychiatrist R D Laing. Dubbed “the white Martin Luther King” and the “high priest of anti-psychiatry”, Laing was as famous as Dylan. In 1965, he established Kingsley Hall in London as a medication-free community for those seriously affected by schizophrenia. His methods flew in the face of a medical establishment that considered Laing a dangerous radical. Mad to Be Normal offers a powerful account of Laing’s Kingsley Hall experiment with a stunning performance from David Tennant that truly gets under the skin of an utterly compelling figure.

As yet there are no venue details for the general release of the film; however, information from the Film Distributors Association suggests that it will be shown in at least 25 venues nationwide. 

The producers have said that they hope to confirm international release details shortly. 




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