For the opening night of 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' at the IMC Cinema, Enniskillen, a local man is encouraging 'Spidey' enthusiasts to join him in watching the film dressed as a Spider-Man character, in a bid to raise money for an important cause.

Organiser Adam Doherty from Enniskillen said: "I made a Facebook post joking about how on the opening day of 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' we should all dress as the different Spider-Man characters from throughout 'the Spider-Verse' [the many ways that the character has been portrayed in different media down the years].

"However, after some thought, I figured it was an idea that could really be put to good use, so I’d like to use the event to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital."

According to hospital's website, every day, 619 children and young people from across the UK arrive at the hospital, where doctors and nurses battle the most complex illnesses, and the brightest minds come together to achieve pioneering medical breakthroughs.

Those who wish to take part in the Spider-Man fundraising event for Great Ormond Street Hospital are to meet at the IMC Cinema, Enniskillen on Wednesday, December 15 for the 8.15pm film screening of Spider-Man: No Way Home.

To donate to the fundraiser, see: Adam’s Fundraiser for Great Ormond Street

Adam said: "I’m asking people to come along and actually dress up as anyone from the Spider-Verse, be it an alternate Spider-Man, or any villain - it's your choice.

"You can be as elaborate or as subtle as you like.

"Spider-Man is a huge inspiration to children all over the world, and I’d like to use his image to help the real heroes of the world."