James Bond Skyfall North East Premiere
Thursday, 25 October 2012 at 18:00 (BST)
Tyne And Wear, United Kingdom
The Foundation of Light is pleased to announce that we will be holding an exclusive premiere of the new James Bond film, Skyfall, on the 25th October in conjunction with Cineworld.
The latest instalment of the 007 franchise, ‘Skyfall’, hits cinemas on Friday 26th October, and the Foundation of Light is offering red and white supporters the chance to watch Bond’s latest adventure with their heroes before the movie’s official UK release.
The event, will be held at Boldon Cineworld and is the only opportunity to watch the film before its national release in the North East. True to the Bond legacy a night of glamour is guaranteed as guests, dressed in black tie, will get to take part in a range of charity fundraising activities with some great prizes up for grabs. Proceeds from the Premiere will support educations, community and sporting programmes across the North East. The Foundation of Light is the registered Charity of Sunderland AFC www.foundationoflight.co.uk
Tickets are available in both Gold, Silver and Bronze packages, If you have any further questions about the premiere please contact us on 0191 5515365 or at Kim.Phillips@safc.com
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Foundation of Light
The Foundation of Light is the registered charity of Sunderland AFC.
Registered Charity No. 1089333
We use the power of football to involve, educate and inspire more than 42,000 young people and their families across the North East each year through a broad range of innovative and award-winning programmes that can help change their lives.
The organisation is committed and pro-active in addressing the issues within our community, running programmes at specially designed classrooms within the Stadium of Light, in local schools, community centres and at bespoke outreach centres throughout Sunderland, South Tyneside and County Durham.
Our passionate, dedicated and highly skilled team includes more than 100 professional teachers, health workers, football coaches, family learning officers, youth workers and support staff. This means a very diverse range of talent, skills and experience, all united in a common passion, enthusiasm and drive to make a difference.