Finding Your Feet - win two tickets

Date published: 01 Feb 18

Finding Your FeetThere are times when we enjoy a super treat, and so it was when Cox & Kings invited us to see the soon to be released film (23 February), Finding Your Feet.  We laughed, we cried (just a little) and totally enjoyed this film featuring the best of British actors, all past their first flush of youth!

Set in London, Surrey and ever glorious Rome, the all-star cast – including Imelda Staunton, Celia Imrie, Timothy Spall, David Hayman and Joanna Lumley – of this hilarious and heart-warming romantic comedy reminds us that it is never too late to find your feet and create new life experiences. Which in this case, involves an over 50s dancing flash mob raising money for Age UK.

Trevi Fountain, RomeTo celebrate the UK cinema release of Finding Your Feet, Cox & Kings has introduced a new short break to Rome, following in the steps of the cast's weekend trip to the Eternal City.

Cox & Kings’ 5-day Finding Your Feet in Rome tour visits the major sights across the city with a private guide and also includes a visit to a local market with a chef to source fresh ingredients for a private cooking class, followed by a tasty lunch of the dishes you have prepared. Stay in the sumptuous art deco surroundings of the Hotel Baglioni Regina, reminiscent of scenes from the classic Italian film 'La Dolce Vita', and where the film’s characters stay during their own adventure to Rome.

For more information on the film please visit

How to win

To win two cinema tickets to see Finding your Feet (or another film of your choice at your local cinema), simply tell us about a special memory of a visit to Rome, or why you would like to visit the city one day. Add a comment below, and the best entry will be selected after 28th February.

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Other Members' Thoughts - 26 Comment(s)

  • PamelaP
    about 18 hours ago
    We have Rome firmly on our bucket list. The colosseum, Trevi fountain, Vatican city, wine, pasta, sunshine.....sooner rather than later I hope :-)
  • Timetraveller
    3 days ago
    I would love to visit Rome. I'm not sure what has stopped me so far. Maybe it is the thought of the crowds. It sounds so romantic and plenty of history. I really must go there.
  • Mid-West_Maray
    10 days ago
    It has always been my dream since I was 20 to tour Rome on a moped with a friend. I have yet to visit Rome since the last time I was in Italy, I took a detour to Pisa when I discovered my classmate could not meet me as planned since she had been taken away to Milan to meet her fiancee's parents. I would love to see the architecture and then take off to the coast and take a few days to sunbathe on the rocky beaches. Then see where that leads, possibly away on a ferry to Sicily.
  • zanguide
    10 days ago
    Loved Rome - the Vatican, the Spanish steps, spaghetti in a small cafe. BUT don't go on a bank holiday as, unlike Britain, all the main sites such as the Colosseum and the Sistine Chapel are closed. Oh and the catacombs are amazing but slightly claustrophobic (which is obvious really).
  • Geo
    10 days ago
    Having never been to Italy, I would love to make Rome my first visit. The architecture and ancient sites look amazing. The film looks fab, the hotel looks fantastic and I’ll look amazing with a bit of sun and a few treatments in the Roman Baths!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Sue55
    11 days ago
    Rome on a very hot day in August...finding a restaurant in the shade... with my family - perfection
  • Ozdevon
    12 days ago
    Rome means to me coffee bars on just about every corner. You soak up the Italian way of life (including coffee of course!) & test your knowledge of the language by overhearing conversations; good practice for when you see Italian or Italian themed movies!
  • Silverexplorer
    12 days ago
    I've seen a trailer for this film and it's on my must see list. My must visit list includes Rome, Venice and other parts of the beautiful country that is Italy. A film and a city that embraces life, what's not to like!
  • richard-olner_1
    13 days ago
    Would be nice to take my fiance to see this for valentines day
  • NedtheRed
    13 days ago
    Went to Naples for a four day weekend when I was in the Navy. Early on the second morning we caught a coach for a very long day whizzing around the eternal city. Saw the colluseum (impressive ruin) St. Peter’s (huge), various fountains and piazzas and arrived back some sixteen hours later for a quick kip before doing Vesuvius, Pompeii, Herculaneum and Capri the next day. Utterly exhausting but somehow I never managed to go back, but I would love to do it a slightly less frenetic pace, one day.
  • you
    13 days ago
    love a good musical
  • MoJo_3
    13 days ago
    I’ve not had the opportunity to visit Rome, sadly, but the film finding your feet might as well be a portrait of my life over the past 7 years. As I’m now having to find my feet. Embrace the liberty before you can’t
  • Moneypenny
    14 days ago
    Would love a visit to Rome to experience the major sights, culture and Italian hospitality.
  • SueH53
    14 days ago
    The Eternal City is so beautiful & atmospheric, you can never tire of it.
  • Nanarossi
    14 days ago
    See Rome and die? Not part of my immediate plan but would love to live the dream of going there.
  • LynneA
    14 days ago
    My first visit to Rome was on business to deliver a tender document to the United Nations office which I had to do before 8 am. The hotel took pity on my inexperience and arranged a lift for me in a van delivering vegetables. It was a gloriously sunny, if chilly day in November and my flight home was not until the evening. I spent the entire day walking and fell in love with the city. My abiding memory is of the colour - buildings of honey, terracotta, sepia, russet, auburn and gold. I also found that the safest way to cross a road was to walk with a nun, as traffic lights seem to be more of an indication than a certainty. My favourite city,
  • Pat_26
    14 days ago
    Visited Rome with friends when I was 18. Went to see all the fabulous sights, but being that age, I don't think I really appreciated them at the time. Now, many years on, it would be lovely to see them again and enjoy the experience.
  • LH
    14 days ago
    Rome is a spectacular city with the Vatican, Roman Forum but if you wish a break from the traffic just walk out past the amazing Colosseum through the Roman city walls on the ancient Roman road the Appian Way to the Catacombs and Baths of Caracalla to get a peaceful feel of the past.
  • Lottie
    14 days ago
    I remember visiting Rome for the first and only time more than 12 years ago. We stayed in a lovely Hotel around the top of the Spanish steps. We had a fabulous break and visited all the tourist attractions. My one regret is that while we visited the Vatican we did not wait in the very long queues to go into the Sistine Chapel.

    A return visit at some time is definitely in my thoughts.
  • Mrsdof
    15 days ago
    My middle Son bought my husband and I a 3 day trip to Rome as a Xmas present a few years back. The hotel he booked was very close to the Trevi Fountain and every morning whilst eating breakfast on the terrace we had the most wonderful view of the fountains. We’ve never forgotten it and Rome is one of the few cities we would love to go back to visit. It’s an amazing and beautiful city. This would be a wonderful chance to go back for our 50th wedding anniversary next year.
  • WiltshireWanderer
    15 days ago
    I would love to roam around Rome with my wife of nearly 50 years. We went once before with our 2 daughters and I remember them complaining about all the walking, sore feet and swapping shoes. I also remember the fantastic architecture and lovely food, the pizzas!!! We would love to return to Rome.
  • cheryl-sidna-dodd
    15 days ago
    A visit with my late husband its was so wonderfull.All those years ago i saw the film Roman Hoilday and we were realy there unbelieveable
  • Enigma67
    15 days ago
    Rome is somewhere we have never been. However we love to travel and love Italy, the food, scenery and architecture. Five days in Rome would be perfect.
  • Joodles
    15 days ago
    Never been to Rome but it is on my list to do. The film looks brilliant and would love to win tickets.
  • AE-Wales
    16 days ago
    Our first visit to Rome was to visit our eldest daughter who was taking a year out before going to university. She and the family she was staying with showed us around the many unforgettable sites such as theSpanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, and nearest beach. Because she had picked up quite a lot of the Italian language our daughter could translate for us , which was very handy when shopping etc. When I enquired what was being said in the store, she told me they couldn't get over how pale our skin was. That was over 25 years ago!