Love Batman? Clear your schedule for July 1 — for one night only, a documentary about the Dark Knight will be showing at Cedar Lee Theatre.
A heart-warmer, the Legends of the Knight focuses on Batman's impact on his fans throughout the years and across the country. It showcases people who have drawn inspiration from the famous DC Comics character, using that inspiration to fight their own diseases or improve other people's lives, according to a cleveland.com article.
The documentary's also a benefit for the SEARCH foundation, a 501C3 that helps "'anyone who helps others celebrate life's biggest moments' like wedding planners, florists, disc jockeys, photographers and chefs," the article specified.
If you're interested, check it out at 7:30 p.m. on July 1 at the Cedar Lee Theatre, 2163 Lee Road in Cleveland Heights. Tickets can be found here.
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