Ticket holders to the screening of The Greatest Showman in Marlow were left "disappointed" as it was cancelled "without warning".

The event was organised by the Marlow Studio Project, who are looking to build a state-of-the-art film and TV studio by the Westhorpe junction on the A404.

There was also supposed to be a question-and-answer session with its director Michael Gracey via a live video link from Australia, where he is currently working on his latest musical project.

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Local resident, Anna Crabtree said the cancellation was made "without warning and with no reason".

She said: “I had tickets to take my children to watch the screening of The Greatest Showman on Sunday and now they’re disappointed not to be able to go.

"I can’t help wondering why this was offered but then cancelled.

"Will it be the same with other promises the film studio company is making?”

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However, the studio project did successfully host their panel event with leading film industry professionals prior to this.

Individuals involved in the recent James Bond film, Eastenders and the British Film Commission answered questions on the panel at The Jam Theatre Company and the Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School.

A Marlow Studio Project spokesman said the film screening was "unfortunately" postponed but it will be reorganised "as soon as possible".