Charity event will be a cracking night out for film fans
The photography director for the Wallace and Gromit films is to help raise cash for a prostate cancer charity.
David Riddett, who was brought up in Great Bowden, will be at the Odeon cinema, Freemen's Common, Leicester, on Monday, at 7pm.
He will be talking about how he films the animated comedies.
He will also be bringing the models used in filming.
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Proceeds from the event will go to Prostaid.
This will be followed by a special gala performance of the full-length feature Wallace and Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
The Odeon is giving all the proceeds of each ticket to Prost-aid.
Rob Banner, founder and trustee of the charity, said: "Money from evening will help us to continue to buy new treatment equipment for prostate cancer in Leicester, and to help wholly fund the two Prostaid nurses in Leicester and Leicestershire.
"Everyone's kind support will help the charity's work, which is vital as we have one of the highest incidences of prostate cancer in men in the UK."
Tickets for the event, at £15, include, a glass of bubbly, nibbles, ice cream and a raffle, with prizes of cinema seats and restaurant vouchers.
Prostaid is also offering two tickets for the price of one.
For details, call Rob Banner on 0790 038 4103, or go to: