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Saoirse Ronan and Josie Rourke to appear at Edinburgh Castle next week for Mary Queen of Scots Edinburgh premiere

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Actress Saoirse Ronan and film director Josie Rourke will be at Edinburgh Castle for the Edinburgh premiere of Mary Queen of Scots, according to a report on Edinburgh Live.

Mary Queen of Scots opens at UK cinemas on 18 January and you can buy a souvenir magazine about the film and Mary's life here.

According to the report, Saoirse and Josie will be joined by Jack Lowden, who plays Lord Darnley, and James McArdle (The Earl of Moray in the movie). The film's producer Tim Bevan and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon are also reported to be on the guest list.

Following the appearance at Edinburgh Castle, the film will be screened at Cameo Picturehouse on nearby Home Street.

QUICK LINK: Read an exclusive interview with the film's director Josie Rourke in our souvenir magazine

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