On Tuesday, 14 March, IDAS Survivor Ambassador and bestselling author Samantha Lee Howe is holding a charity screening of the UK drama thriller, The Stranger in our Bed, at the Paramount Cinema in Penistone, near Barnsley. All proceeds from the event will be donated to IDAS.
Adapted from Samantha’s gripping, psychological book of the same name, The Stranger in our Bed tells the story of a happily married woman who leaves her husband for a lover who mysteriously disappears, and stars Samantha Bond (best known for playing Mrs Moneypenny in four James Bond films), Nina Wadia, Terri Dwyer, Emily Berrington and Ben Lloyd-Hughes.
The screening will start at 7.30pm on Tuesday 14 March and is followed by a live Q&A session with Samantha Lee Howe and actress/producer Terri Dwyer.
Samantha Lee Howe says: "I'm delighted to be supporting IDAS with this charity screening of The Stranger in our Bed; as a survivor of child abuse and domestic violence I have an affinity with the charity. For many years now IDAS has been doing amazing work in helping and supporting victims of domestic violence throughout Yorkshire. I'd also like to say a huge thank you to actress and producer, Terri Dwyer for supporting the event. I’m looking forward to the evening, and to continuing to raise awareness of domestic abuse."
Tickets are £12 each, with all proceeds from the event donated to IDAS.
Each year, we need to raise around £100,000 each year so that we can continue to provide our vital, life-changing services for victims and survivors of domestic abuse across Barnsley, Sheffield, York and North Yorkshire. Please buy tickets and join us for what promises to be a wonderful evening, and help us to raise awareness of this fundraising event in your local community, on social media, and with friends and family.