Star Stephen in cinema date

File photo dated 20/1/2010 of Stephen Fry as the BBC Trust rejected a complaint that Fry "trivialised" child abuse after he recited a limerick about a choirboy with a "bottom like jelly on springs" on QI before an edition of Newsnight covering the Jimmy Savile sex scandal. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday August 29, 2013. A report by the BBC Trust's Editorial Standards Committee (ESC) said the broadcast was "at the margins of acceptability" but had not breached editorial guidelines. The show, which was on BBC Two on Friday January 11, included a section where Fry recited the lines: "There was a young chaplain from King's, Who talked about God and such things, But his real desire, Was a boy in the choir, With a bottom like jelly on springs." See PA story SHOWBIZ Fry. Photo credit should read: Zak Hussein/PA Wire

File photo dated 20/1/2010 of Stephen Fry as the BBC Trust rejected a complaint that Fry "trivialised" child abuse after he recited a limerick about a choirboy with a "bottom like jelly on springs" on QI before an edition of Newsnight covering the Jimmy Savile sex scandal. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday August 29, 2013. A report by the BBC Trust's Editorial Standards Committee (ESC) said the broadcast was "at the margins of acceptability" but had not breached editorial guidelines. The show, which was on BBC Two on Friday January 11, included a section where Fry recited the lines: "There was a young chaplain from King's, Who talked about God and such things, But his real desire, Was a boy in the choir, With a bottom like jelly on springs." See PA story SHOWBIZ Fry. Photo credit should read: Zak Hussein/PA Wire

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A Fylde coast cinema will play its part in a live nationwide book launch featuring a popular comedian, actor, presenter and writer.

Blackpool’s Odeon Cinema will join hundreds of theatres across the country in screening an interview with Stephen Fry as he talks about his latest autobiography, More Fool Me.

The book launch, held at the Royal Festival Hall in London, will be screened across the UK tomorrow.

The event is being hosted by Kirkham bookshop SilverDell and has been organised by Elaine Silverwood.

She said: “It is being called the biggest book launch event ever. I am sure it will be an

entertaining evening.

“Close to 300 cinemas are taking part.

“We will be selling special editions of the book in the foyer at the cinema.”

The show starts at 7.30pm. For tickets call the Rigby Road cinema on 0871 224 4007.