The screening will take place at the Princess Anne Theatre in London on Wednesday 7th May (6.45pm) and will be followed by a Q&A with the cast and creative team.
Tickets are £7.50 and can be bought through the BAFTA website.
Written by Peter Bowker (Eric and Ernie, Occupation, Blackpool),From There To Here tells the story of a city, an era and two families from different sides of the tracks whose lives are brought together in the aftermath of the 1996 Manchester bomb. The story spans the four years that changed Manchester, and the country, forever; fromThree Lions (Football's Coming Home) in 1996 to the hangover after the Millennium celebrations of 2000.
Daniel Cotton (Philip Glenister) and his father Samuel (Bernard Hill) run a sweet factory and Daniel has the perfect Cheshire family, with his wife Clare (Saskia Reeves), son Charlie (Daniel Rigby) and daughter Louise (Morven Christie). His rough diamond/street wise brother Robbo (Steven Mackintosh) has had a serious rift with his father, and is immersed in the rough urban life of Manchester where he runs a night club.
Daniel, Samuel and Robbo are caught up in the blast alongside hotel cleaner Joanne (Liz White). Their survival of a near death experience provokes changes in their lives that soon spin out of control. This story is told against the backdrop of a great northern city that is reinventing itself in the face of adversity and massive socio-economic change. The material damage to the city is echoed in the fault line running through the Cotton family's fractured relations.
From There to Here is a 3x60-minute mini-series produced by Tim Bricknell (The Fear, Eric And Ernie), executive produced by Derek Wax (Occupation, The Hour) and Peter Bowker for Kudos Film & Television, and executive produced by Stephen Wright, Head of Drama BBC Northern Ireland. It is directed by James Strong (The Great Train Robbery, Broadchurch).