'Vegan 2018' Documentary To Premiere In London's Leicester Square

Tickets for the event are now available online
Vegan singer Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus is shown in the film (Photo: Instagram)

New documentary Vegan 2018 will premiere in central London at the end of November.

The feature-length film, which will be screened at the Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square, was directed and produced by Plant Based News Founder Klaus Mitchell.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A featuring special guests. Tickets for the premiere, which will take place on November 27, are now available online.

Early bird tickets (available now) cost £15, with the price increasing to £20 after 225 tickets have been sold. A limited number of £10 tickets are available for low-income attendees. Please contact Donna Constant at contact@plantbasednews.org for these.

The film charts the rise of veganism throughout the year

Vegan growth

"Vegan 2018 is the result of hundreds of hours of research, investigation and editing," said PBN Founder Klaus Mitchell.

"Our yearly film charts the rise and growth of the vegan movement across the globe today.

"We have 300 tickets to sell for this once only event. The funds from this film go to helping support and keep Plant Based News running as an organization."

You can buy tickets for the premiere here and watch the trailer for the film here

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