Lydia Forson’s A Letter From Adam premiere in UK postponed to March 20

Movies of Thursday, 12 March 2015

Source: Kwame Ntim

The premiere of actress Lydia Forson’s produced movie, A Letter From Adam in London will delay for a few more days.

According to organisers, GS Vision, the red carpet event had been shifted to March 20 from the original date of March 14, and explained it was due to the fact that they the organizers along with Lydia Forson wanted to ensure all special guest are in attendance.

“The premiere is all about giving my fans an experience and opportunity to actually interact with me and some of the cast, and for the reason I would rather postpone and ensure we give the fans an experience than give them less than what we promised. We also have a special appearance from ace Ghanaian comedian Funny Face will also be there on the night. We sincerely apologize for all the inconvenience and for all who bought their regular tickets in advance before this announcement will get VIP tickets,” Lydia said Wednesday night.

A Letter From Adam UK premiere is powered by GS Vision and would take place at the Odeon Greenwich Cinema, Bugsby Way SE10 0QJ on March 20, 2015. Tickets are currently selling online at: www.eventbrite.co.uk or contact: 0203 538 0399.

A Letter From Adam is one of Ghana’s biggest movies of 2014. It was selected for the 2015 edition of Pan African Film Festival and also had three (3) AMVCA nominations. It’s Val’s Day screening broke turn out records at West Hills.

The movie’s award winning cast include: Wale Ojo, Akorfa Ejeani Asiedu, Naa Ashorkor Mensah Doku and Lydia Forson among others.

It is a romantic drama directed by Atlanta-based Ghanaian director Sam Kessie and produced and written by Lydia Forson. It is a contemporary story about love, loss and hope that will draw audience into a realistic cycle of life seen through the pain of loss, the journey of self discovery and the courage and strength to find hope in the face of adversity. Set in the busy yet simple city of Accra, A Letter From Adam seeks to give its audience an often neglected truth about love—that love doesn’t always come in the form one expects it to.

The rest of its cast include Albert Jackson, Jeff Kumordzie, Louie Lartey, Fred Kanebi and a number of other new faces.

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