Hello all, I'm new here but a long-time fan of Star Wars. I work in a Leicester Square cinema, and recently read an e-mail from 20th Century Fox detailing a major Star Wars event they're planning in Leicester Square. I sent it to theforce.net and aintitcool, but for some reason they don't seem interested! I know that some of you are planning a meet around that time and want to see the usual midnight first show (as I did with Ep 2), but I thought you should know that you'll need to change your plans. On Monday May 16th, 5 screens in Leicester Square will show the previous 5 films of the saga, one film per screen repeated all day. Then, at approx 7:30pm, the Odeon Leicester Square will host the premiere of Episode III. But then, one hour after the premiere starts, 3 of the 5 screens I mentioned will do a one-off screening of Episode III to the public! These I believe, will be the first public screenings of Episode III in the world. More details will be released by Fox eventually, including exact times of shows and ticket prices. I know there will be a limited number of 'Golden Tickets' that will let you see every film on the day from Ep 1 at 6:30am until the Ep 3 premiere. At the moment, the screens showing the films are: Vue Screen 1: Episode I: The Phantom Menace Vue Screen 2: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi Odeon West End 1: Episode IV: A New Hope Odeon West End 2: Episode II: Attack of the Clones Empire Leicester Square: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Vue 1, Odeon 1 and Empire will show Revenge of the Sith at approx 8:30pm. Empire at least will screen Ep III on a digital projector. I'm betting the Original Trilogy prints will be the ones used for the special edition release from '97, but nothing's certain yet. Fox are also hoping to decorate the square in a Star Wars theme, and have a group of Stormtroopers and appearances by some of the cast. Each cinema will be decorated inside in the theme of the Episode they're screening. Hopefully all these things will happen, and this will be one of the biggest events Leicester Square has ever seen. I hope this information was useful to you all. You probably won't hear about this from any official source until the details are final, which could be the end of the March. Should I post this info on any of the other boards? Is there an interest in this beyond London fans?