EVENT Cinemas Liverpool will play host to a special screening of new British comedy One Chance, on Sunday.
All proceeds from the 2pm session will be donated to the Children's Hospital Foundations Australia.
This will be the first time Australian audiences will have the chance to see the film, which traces the uplifting story of Paul Potts.
In a genuine rags to riches tale, Potts was the winner of the first season of television show Britain's Got Talent.
By day, Potts was a bullied shop assistant, but by night he came into his own as an amateur opera singer.
When he took centre stage in front of millions he took the nation by storm.
One Chance was the name of the debut CD release by Potts, and included his renditions of the likes of Puccini's Nessun Dorma and R.E.M.'s soulful Everybody Hurts.
Released in 2007, the album topped British sales and was certified gold in its first week. It reached No 1 in 13 countries, including Australia, and has sold more than 3.5 million copies.
Potts, a tenor, has released two further albums, his last in 2010.
In the film adaptation, Potts is played by James Corden, who has many credits on both the stage and screen, as well as leading roles in English television series Fat Friends.
Playing the part of Yvonne Potts is Julie Walters, and Colm Meaney plays Roland Potts.
The film was directed by David Frankel, the man responsible for big screen hits The Devil Wears Prada and Marley And Me.
The film will receive general cinema release on November 28.
Tickets for Sunday's charity screening cost $12 and are available from Event Cinemas, Westfield shopping centre, Elizabeth Drive, Liverpool.
Call 9601 4611.