Shirley frimpong manso’s ‘love or something like that’ premieres in london nov. 28

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The long wait is finally over for Londoners—and surely the movie is worth the wait…

The much talked about Shirley Frimpong Manso’s movie Love or Something Like That which has received rave reviews and has successfully turned even harsh critics into praise singers will receive a London premiere on 28th November, 2014 at the Odeon Cinema in Greenwich.

The’ red carpet’ premiere which will introduce the movie for the first to audience outside Ghana will be attended by the cast members of the film-Joselyn Dumas, John Dumelo, Christabel Ekeh and others. The multiple award-winning director-Shirley Frimpong Manso and other celebrities will also grace the red carpet just before movie enthusiasts are taking on a journey of excellent story-telling and great productions.

Over the years, we’ve seen great productions and well put together premieres from Sparrow Productions—and this will match everything they are known for.

Standard tickets are being sold for £15 and VIP tickets are going for £20… Ticket Hotline/Enquiries: 07837576037.

The movie tells a poignant story about moving on when there’s no light at the end of the tunnel. In the movie, a young surgeon’s chance meeting with her ex-boyfriend throws her world into absolute chaos when she makes a horrible discovery about her past and what could be the end of a great career, and beautiful marriage.

LOVE OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT features multiple award-winning Ghanaian actor-John Dumelo, Joselyn Dumas, Christabel Ekeh, Nigeria’s O.C Ukeje, Nana Mensah and a host of other talented actors…

The movie is produced by Ken Attoh, Shirley Frimpong Manso and Joselyn Dumas and directed by Shirley Frimpong Manso.





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