A special screening of an award-winning documentary is being held in London to help fundraising towards assisting HIV and TB sufferers in Myanmar.
'We Were Kings' was filmed over three years of seismic change in the country, and tells the story of the last Royal family in Burma and the journey to bring them back together.
The film had its world premiere held at the British Library in London, in partnership with the Open City Documentary Festival, and first TV broadcast in December 2017 on The History Channel. This special screening, being held at the Royal Institution's Faraday Theatre in London on 2nd May, will raise money for the Angus McDonald Trust.
The Trust is a non-profit, non-political, non-governmental organisation that specialises in finding solutions to the problems of poverty in some of Myanmar’s most challenging regions. They also provide healthcare support for HIV and TB sufferers, and schooling and nutrition for affected children as well as raising awareness about treatment and prevention.
Standard entry tickets are priced at £15, available from this link with VIP Gala Reception tickets available here for £40, which includes attendance at the private drinks reception, with a complimentary glass of prosecco and canapes, as well as reserved seating.
This is a great opportunity to raise money for a very worthwhile cause and also discover the story of a family and a country emerging from the darkness.