Post by Everton News. on Feb 27, 2017 14:42:20 GMT
Attend World Premiere Of Another Mother's Son
One hundred Evertonians have the chance to attend the exclusive world premiere in London's Leicester Square of the latest production from Bill Kenwright Films, Another Mother’s Son.
The period drama, starring Jenny Seagrove, Ronan Keating, John Hannah and Amanda Abbington, tells the incredible true story of Louisa Gould, an unsung heroine of the Second World War, who overcomes great personal tragedy to fight for the life of a prisoner of war during the Channel Islands’ occupation by Nazi Germany.
The world premiere of ‘Another Mother’s Son’ will take place at the world famous Odeon Cinema in Leicester Square on Thursday 16 March with tickets priced at £47.50.
The money raised through ticket purchases will be going straight into the pot for Everton in the Community’s ‘Home is Where the Heart is’ fundraising campaign which will look to support young people in Merseyside who are on the brink of homelessness.
David Unsworth and his Under-23 team will be working throughout the season to reach a fundraising target of £230,000 to fund and develop a supported living initiative for young people in Liverpool, delivered by Everton in the Community. The funds raised will be used to purchase, and operate, a house close to Goodison Park which will offer 16 to 23-year-olds who have fallen on hard times, or have perhaps fallen out of the care system, a place to stay in Liverpool.
Aside from offering young adults a roof over their head in difficult times, the Club’s official charity will play a large part in their development by providing them with access to key services, including health and wellbeing support and assistance with education employment and training, as well as encouraging them to contribute to the local community through the NCS programme and volunteering.
If you are interested in purchasing a ticket, please click here. For more information on the ‘Home is Where the Heart is’ fundraising campaign, please click here.
Post by forevereverton on Feb 28, 2017 15:54:11 GMT
They're trying to raise money for a house for 230 grand and once again they're asking fans for support instead of the players. I thought they were giving the tickets away to the Everton fans but it looks like they're asking 100 fans to buy them.