TO celebrate one of Motown’s most iconic stars, CinEvents & Fathom Events will bring Diana Ross: Her Life, Love and Legacy to cinemas in Bournemouth and Poole tomorrow night to mark her 75th birthday.

For one night only, fans will be treated to a remastered version of Ross’ iconic 1983 Central Park concert, where nearly 1.2 million people united on the Great Lawn.

Alongside the concert showing on the big screen for the first time, the film also includes special, never-before-seen footage and messages from the Ross family, including sons Ross Naess and Evan Ross, daughters Rhonda Ross Kendrick and Chudney Ross.Tracee Ellis Ross gives a loving and passionate introduction to the film in celebration of the superstar’s legacy.

Directed by the award-winning producer and director Steve Binder the Fathom Events special is executive produced by Diana Ross and also produced by Spencer Proffer of Meteor 17.

“I envisioned a dream and that’s what I created over those two days in Central Park. I picked a goal, and then imagined all the details,” Ms Ross said. “I believe imagination is magical, that we can think of something and bring it into being.”

CinEvents CEO Joe Evea said: “We are thrilled to partner with Fathom & Meteor 17 to bring such an iconic concert experience to cinemas across the UK and selected European territories, in celebration of Diana’s 75th birthday.”

n Watch Diana Ross: Her Life, Love and Legacy tomorrow at the Bournemouth Odeon at 7pm and Poole Cineworld at 8pm. Tickets available from