Red carpet charity screening of Three Summers for Mandurah

Supporting actors Jameson Thompson, Aileigh McKee, Bailey Bridgman-Peters and Matthew Manning, promote some of props and costumes for sale in the silent auction.
Supporting actors Jameson Thompson, Aileigh McKee, Bailey Bridgman-Peters and Matthew Manning, promote some of props and costumes for sale in the silent auction.

TO celebrate the international launch of Ben Elton’s movie Three Summers, a red carpet charity event and screening will be held in the 1200-seat Lakes Theatre at Lakelands on October 6.

Three Summers is based on an annual folk music festival and was filmed at Fairbridge, Pinjarra.

The event includes entertainment, red carpet photo opportunities and a Q and A from some of the cast.

Merchandise will be on sale and there will be a silent auction of costumes and props from the film.

The event will raise funds and awareness for the important work of the film’s National Charity Partner Foundation for Indigenous Sustainable Health (FISH).

FISH chief executive Mark Anderson said the screening fitted well as part of the inspiring education and cultural programs Fish was rolling out in partnership with communities and schools, including Mandurah Baptist College and local state schools.

Tickets cost $`12 to encourage as many people as possible to join in the celebration with the option of dressing in their favourite festival gear.

The Three Summers DVD will also be available for $10 with $1 per sale going to FISH.

Tickets and merchandise are available via try.booking.com or contact FISH through their social media or email events@fish.asn.au