Series two cinema premiere of Peter Kay’s Car Share for charity
PUBLISHED: 11:38 30 March 2017 | UPDATED: 11:38 30 March 2017
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All proceeds will go to Comic Relief
Vue cinema in Westwood Cross are presenting a night of Peter Kay’s Car Share for Comic Relief, tomorrow.
The night will also present a Q&A with Peter Kay and Sian Gibson answering questions put to them by the public.
There will be never before seen footage and outtakes from the BAFTA award-winning series as well as the premiere of two new episodes of the upcoming second series.
All profits raised from the night will be donated to Comic Relief.
The charity’s founder, Richard Curtis, said: “Peter has been a long-standing supporter of Red Nose Day, from honing his miming skills for the Amarillo single, to taking on his toughest challenge, Sit Down for Comic Relief, and the amazing Pheonix Nights Live which made over £5m. We’re always bowled over by his generosity and the originality of the stuff he does for us. The first series of Car Share was genius and so we’re completely thrilled that he is offering up a special broadcast of the new series across the UK to help raise cash for Comic Relief this year.”
Peter said: “I’m so excietd that we’re able to premiere some of the new series and raise money for Comic Relief. I really hope pepole enjoy this very special night.”
Tickets can be purchased from myvue.com