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TOMORROW - London Charity Premiere - Bloomsbury Network/Robert Grace Trust

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The British Museum

BP Theatre & East Foyer

Great Russell Street

London

WC1B 3DG

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Exclusive Preview & Charity London Premiere of the movie TOMORROW

Directed by Martha Pinson, Executive Producer Martin Scorsese, Associate Producer Chris Sandford
Starring Stephen Fry, Joss Stone, James Cosmo, Stuart Brennan & Sebastian Street

All proceeds go to The Bloomsbury Network & The Robert Grace Trust.

This is an exciting opportunity to meet the cast & crew of the upcoming award winning movie TOMORROW.
After a screening of the film, there will be a Q&A with the film team, hosted by Chris Sandford.
Following the screening wine, beer, drinks and snacks will be provided to all guests.

The movie screening STARTS at 7pm, doors open from 6.20pm.

Run Times: The movie run time is approximately 90 minutes, with the Q&A to last approx 30 minutes, with drinks and socialising afterward until 10pm.


Movie Synopsis

Injured by an IED in Afghanistan, Tesla has returned home to London, but it doesn't feel like home anymore. Suffering from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), with no friends or family, he is alone with his regrets and a very bleak horizon.That is, until the universe conspires to help him with an unlikely friendship. The charming and larger than life Sky bounds into Tesla's world, quickly proving that friendship can be a great healer.

Joy, enthusiasm and hope prove infectious and soon Tesla, not only finds meaning but also, a job and a girlfriend.However, Sky is hiding a secret and it's catching up with him fast. Even a metropolis can be a lonely place if you're hiding from your problems. Tomorrow is a story of how friendship, love and courage can overcome great odds.

Sometimes the hardest battles are fought at home and the only way out, is to let others in.


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All guests will be asked to show their tickets to the premiere at the main gate of the British Museum– this can be either electronically or via print and then proceed through the main entrance and via the East Foyer stairs in the Great Court – we will have stewards and signage to help guide you.
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The British Museum

BP Theatre & East Foyer

Great Russell Street

London

WC1B 3DG

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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