Amy Winehouse’s 2006 album ‘Back to Black’ will play in cinemas to celebrate her 35th birthday

It'll raise money for the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

There will be a handful of listening sessions for Amy Winehouse’s 2006 album ‘Back to Black’ in cinemas later this month.

The 14th September event marks the day that would have been her 35th birthday, with tickets including a £1 donation to the Amy Winehouse Foundation, the charity set up by Amy’s family. Visit ourscreen.com for more information.

Jane Winehouse, Managing Trustee at the Amy Winehouse Foundation says: “To be able to immerse oneself completely in Amy’s music will be a very special experience. What a wonderful way to celebrate Amy’s legacy, on her birthday and also the 7th anniversary of her Foundation. We’re hugely grateful to everyone involved for supporting our work with young people.”

The screenings will take place at the following cinemas:

London

Vue North Finchley
Vue Islington
Vue Piccadilly



Nationwide

Vue Bristol
Vue Glasgow
Vue Manchester Printworks
ODEON Birmingham
ODEON Brighton
ODEON Edinburgh
ODEON Guildford
ODEON Liverpool







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