Susie Amy - Celebrities will be joined on the red carpet by the latest guide dog puppies at the Guide Dogs Annual Awards 2015. The evening will begin with a star-studded red carpet arrival. Guests include designer and star of TOWIE, Lydia Bright, television and radio presenter Vogue Williams, Formula One presenter Natalie Pinkham and Blue Peter presenter Lindsey Russell, with more names to be confirmed. Guide dog puppies-in-training, including ITV This Morning's Clover, will join celebrities on the red carpet. Around 450 guests are expected to attend the event, along with award finalists and guide dogs. The London Hilton on Park Lane plays host to the event which celebrates the incredible work of Guide Dogs and all the people who make the charity's amazing work possible. Guests who attend the Guide Dogs Annual Awards 2015, in partnership with Royal Canin, will be treated to non-stop entertainment by host, Dave Spikey, and will hear the inspiring stories of all those nominated. Categories include Beyond the Call of Duty, Young Person's Achievement and Inspirational Guide Dog Owner. About the Guide Dogs Annual Awards The Guide Dogs Annual Awards 2015, will be hosted at the London Hilton on Park Lane on 9 December 2015. The event will celebrate the life-changing work of Guide Dogs the charity. The awards are in partnership with Royal Canine. About Guide Dogs Every hour, another person in the UK loses their sight and if this happens to you, Guide Dogs is there to make sure you don't lose your freedom as well. We want everyone who experiences sight loss to be able to live their lives the way they choose and feel confident, independent and supported in the world. We're a UK-wide charity, founded in 1934, and we're specialists in giving people who are blind or partially sighted the means to live life on their own terms and to step out into the world again. Find out more at www.guidedogs.org.uk. To help us continue our life-changing work, we rely on donation - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 9th December 2015
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House of 9 is yet another strangers-kill-one-another-while-trying-to-escape-a-house movie, this one with the premise that the survivor gets $5 million. There's no explanation for why these nine people are here or really much of who they are (though one's a cop, one's a rapper, one's an alcoholic, one's Kelly Brook, and one's Dennis Hopper playing a priest). And naturally, unless you like to hear Hopper attempt an Irish accent, there's not much reason to care about which one of them survives. The film is so obtuse (after about 30 minutes attempting to escape, the abductees are found hosting a dance party and then tucking in to sleep) you couldn't muster an emotion over these idiots if you tried.
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