A day-long tribute to comic legend Robin Williams is due to be held at the Picturedrome in Northampton this Sunday following his tragic death this week.
Mr Williams was best known for roles in films such as Good Morning Vietnam, Mrs Doubtfire, Dead Poets Society and Jumanji among many others.
Four of his classic films are set to be screened at Picturedrome, on Kettering Road, on Sunday, starting with Aladdin, in which Williams provides the voice of the Genie, at 12.30pm, and finishing with Good Morning Vietnam at 7.30pm.
A spokesperson for The Picturedrome said: “Thank you, Robin Williams, for all the smiles and laughter.
“To celebrate the life and films of one of our favourite actors, Robin Williams, join us for a day of films.”
Aladdin - 12:30
Mrs Doubtfire - 3pm
Good Will Hunting - 5pm
Good Morning Vietnam - 7.30pm