A special premiere event for hit TV drama Happy Valley has been announced.
Fans of the award-winning police thriller have chance to see the first episode of the much-anticipated second series before anyone else.
It will take the form of a charity event to raise money for The Community Foundation for Calderdale, which will go to communities hit by the recent floods.
And audience members will also get the chance to fire questions at the cast, including show star Sarah Lancashire, who plays police sergeant Catherine Cawood, James Norton (Tommy Lee Royce) and Halifax-based writer and producer Sally Wainwright. Other cast members due to attend are Amelia Bullmore, George Costigan and Vincent Franklin.
It is hoped that £100,000 will be raised on the night, thanks to the Government pledging to match every pound donated to the floods cause.
Tickets are now available from the Victoria Theatre box office and are priced at £30 and £35.
The six-part second series returns to BBC1 in February but the exact date has yet to be revealed. Teaser ads are running on the channel saying “coming soon.”
In series one, Sgt Cawood became embroiled in crimes including a kidnapping through her attempts to track down Royce, the man she believed responsible for the brutal rape of her daughter.
A 10-second trailer for the second series was shared on BBC1’s Twitter page.
Click the video above to watch the trailer
In it, Sgt Cawood walks out of a court-like building, followed in a separate shot by convicted drug offender Royce, who is flanked by others.
In a voiceover Sgt Cawood says: “It never goes away, does it? He’ll never go away.”
To book a ticket for the premiere visit www.calderdale.gov.uk/victoria/index.jsp