On 10 June there will be a red carpet, gala screening of the new digitally remastered, wide screen version of the iconic movie, Zulu, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of its release at The Odeon Leicester Square, London. The film, which chronicles the events at the Battle of Rorke’s Drift, tells the story of how 11 Victoria Crosses were awarded in a single action.
The evening, which is raising money for Walking With The Wounded, The David Rattray Memorial Trust and Sentebale, will celebrate this much-loved film and the work all three charities are doing with our wounded and in Africa.
Doors will open at 6.00pm, with the screening starting at 7.30pm. During the evening guests will be entertained by a military male voice choir (no doubt singing the classic ‘Men of Harlech’) and a Zulu Choir, and a world premier of original, never before screened, behind-the-scenes footage from the film set, with insights from Zulu film expert Dr Sheldon Hall.
For more information and to buy tickets go HERE.