Classic Disney films are being screened back-to-back to help raise money for Hereford charity Little Princess Trust.
This bank holiday Monday (May 29, 2017), what’s on and culture website Herefordshire Live will host a Disney-themed fundraiser at the riverside Left Bank venue in Hereford.
Three classic Disney flicks will be shown on the big screen – Pixar’s 2006 animation Cars (11am), 1991’s original Beauty and the Beast (2pm), and 50 years after it was released in cinemas, 1967’s beloved The Jungle Book adaptation (4pm).
“We are so very excited about Herefordshire Live's Disney day and are thrilled and grateful that a percentage of the ticket sales is to be donated to the Little Princess Trust. The theme fits perfectly with our charity and it's a real honour to be supported by such a wonderful local business,” said Monica Glass, Charity Manager at LPT.
There’ll be free popcorn for every ticket holder; free face painting, a fancy dress competition, Disney games, a drawing corner, and a licensed bar with delicious food on offer at De Koffie Pot, part of the Left Bank venue.
Tickets per film start at £7 and doors open from 10am. Films will be screened at 11am, 2pm and 4pm.
You can purchase tickets at https://herefordshirelive.eventbrite.co.uk, from the bar at De Koffie Pot at the Left Bank in Hereford, or on the door on the day.
15% from every ticket will be donated to Little Princess Trust. To find out more about this amazing charity, visit http://www.littleprincesses.org.uk/.
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