Chorley Empire Community Cinema present the hit British comedy Tamara Drewe on Sunday, April 17 at Chorley Lilttle Theatre.

The film is based on the newspaper comic strip of the same name written by Posy Simmonds which was later converted with huge success into a graphic novel.

Gemma Arterton plays Tamara Drewe, a young and attractive journalist, who returns home to rural Ewedown, a fictitious village in Dorset, with the intention of selling her now-deceased mother's house which she has inherited.

Locals are amazed at the improvement in her appearance after she had a nose job while away in the city and she causes emotional havoc with the local males.

The film also illuminates the human relationships between other villagers with sassy Tamara at the centre.

The film is directed by the acclaimed Stephen Frears, who previously created The Queen.

Also starring in the film is the comedy star of Black Books, Tamsin Greig, who plays Beth Hardiment Tickets are £4 on the door or in advance from Malcolm's Musicland. The film begins at 7.30pm.