Everton celebration

Newcastle United Foundation is hosting its first ever charity film screening of the new James Bond film 'Skyfall' on Monday 29th October 2012 at the Tyneside Cinema.

This red carpet event promises to be a very special night as Newcastle United first-team players and Manager Alan Pardew will also be in attendance. So not only will you get to see Bond's latest adventure, you will also be sitting in the same cinema as your Newcastle United footballing heroes.

Richard Hibbs, Hires and Events Officer at the Tyneside Cinema said:

"Tyneside Cinema is thrilled to be working closely with the Newcastle United Foundation to deliver this exciting event. We hope that everyone who comes along enjoys the show!"

Admission is by advanced ticket only. Tickets are £20 each (breakdown £8 film charge, free drink and free popcorn, donation to charity). To purchase your tickets click here. All profits will go to the Newcastle United Foundation (registered charity number 1124896).

- Newcastle United players will arrive at the cinema from 7pm and will then be escorted to a private bar area. Players will sign autographs for a short period before entering the cinema.

- The 'Skyfall' film will start at 8.30pm (please arrive no later than 8.15pm for standard ticket holders). Ticket holders are welcome to arrive in advance and purchase food and drink from the Tyneside Coffee Rooms, Intermezzo Coffee Bar and food stalls at the cinema, however you will receive a free popcorn and free drink in the cinema screen before the film starts.

- Dress code is smart casual.

- Tickets will be sent out prior to the event with allocated seating.

The Foundation uses the local passion for football to encourage learning, promote healthy eating and encourage communities to reach their potential. We work with over 38,000 disadvantaged children, young people and families every year throughout the North East. Our annual running costs are over £1.2 million so thank you so much for supporting us by attending this event.