Category: Art & Culture Date: Friday, 24 May 2013 Swinging '60s enthusiasts might be interested in attending a special screening of A Hard Day's Night in Guernsey this May, which is taking place as part of a cultural season dedicated to the decade. Organised by CineGuernsey at the Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery, the event on May 24th will see guests treated to a glass of wine before they settle down to watch a showing of the classic Beatles movie at 19:30 BST. Directed by Richard Lester, the 1964 comedy was the first full-length movie to star the Fab Four and went on to be a huge commercial and critical success, as well as a massively influential piece of pop culture. After the film is over, guests will be able to peruse the museum's exhibition on the 1960s and attend an informative talk on the subject by guest speaker Fiona Adams. People who are interested in attending could book a Get More From Your Stay deal at The Duke of Richmond Hotel. With this offer, luxury Guernsey hotel guests will receive a choice of extras, including a bottle of Champagne on arrival, an afternoon tea for two or a three-course dinner at the Leopard Bar and Restaurant.