Princess Grace film at Castle Hill for breast cancer

Nicole Kidman as Princess Grace in the movie Grace of Monaco.

Nicole Kidman as Princess Grace in the movie Grace of Monaco.

Event Cinemas Castle Hill will host an advance screening of real-life fairy-tale, Grace of Monaco this Wednesday to raise money for cancer research.

‘‘Take this opportunity to transport yourself back to old Hollywood and help the National Breast Cancer Foundation move one step closer to our goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030,’’ Carole Renouf, the foundation’s chief executive, said.

From the director of La Vie en Rose, Grace of Monaco is set in 1962, six years after Grace Kelly’s celebrated marriage to Prince Rainier III.

It tells of her striving to reconcile her past and her present, a yearning for a return to the big screen with her new found role as a mother of two, monarch of a European principality and wife to a prince.

Tickets are on sale now with 30 per cent of each ticket going to the Foundation.

Cost: $18 plus $1.10 online booking fee per ticket.

Grace of Monaco National Breast Cancer Foundation screening, Wednesday, June 4, 6.30pm, Event Cinemas Castle Hill.

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