Save the date and let’s meet up!
As you might remember, I had the privilege of taking Jeremy Irons shopping a while ago.
Not only that, but I was fortunate enough to be the one chosen to teach him how to shop naked. Oh my!
I’m pleased to say the film ‘Trashed’, which is a documentary about sustainability and waste, has been well received by the media.
Dubbed “the inconvenient truth of refuse”, the film received a standing ovation at Cannes, sold out at this year’s Raindance festival and travelled all the way to the Rio film festival.
Trashed has been nominated for several awards including ‘best international film’ at Planet in Focus Film Festival and was the Time Out London, pick of the week.
And now it’s your turn to watch it!
David and Yolanda from Field Fayre in Ross, which is where we took Mr Irons for his shopping extravaganza, have organised a screening of Trashed at their local theatre and I’ll be there too!
It’s showing on Friday 26th October at the Phoenix Theatre in Ross on Wye, Herefordshire and starts at 7pm.
Spaces are limited to 64, so buy your tickets soon and let me know you’re going – we’ll be sure to meet up for a natter after the show.