Exclusive James Bond Skyfall premiere in Hatfield for charity

PUBLISHED: 06:31 18 October 2012 | UPDATED: 09:50 19 October 2012

Daniel Craig stars as James Bond in Skyfall

Daniel Craig stars as James Bond in Skyfall


A CHARITY is offering film lovers the chance to attend an exclusive premiere of new James Bond movie Skyfall in Hatfield.

Daniel Craig plays 007 in new James Bond movie SkyfallDaniel Craig plays 007 in new James Bond movie Skyfall

The gala event will be hosted at the Odeon Galleria on Thursday, October 25 – the day before the film goes on general release – to raise money for the Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths (FSID).

There will be a reception from 6pm, which will include drinks and food supplied by Harvester, followed by an 8pm premiere screening of Daniel Craig’s third outing as 007.

This is Hertfordshire’s third Bond premiere organised by Richard and Juliet Nall-Cain for FSID – a cause which is close to their hearts, after losing their son, Sam, aged 10 weeks, 25 years ago.

The event will be attended by film critic Barry Norman, as well as young TV reporter Stacey Dooley, former model and actress Linda Lusardi, Paralympic discus star Derek Derenelagi and actor Samuel Kane.

Other dignitaries include the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, The Countess of Verulam, the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, Arabella Stuart-Smith, and councillor Jane Pitman, chairman of Herts County Council.

Directed by Sam Mendes, Skyfall once again stars Daniel Craig as 007 and early reviews suggest it is one of the best Bond movies in the long-running franchise.

Skyfall is due for general release on Friday, October 26.

Tickets for the reception and premiere cost £30 each, while tickets for just the film showing cost £15 each.

For more information about the evening call Claire Nall-Cain on 07815 159723 or email clairenall_cain@hotmail.com

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