Handmade Cinema

Handmade Cinema

Immersive cinema club, Handmade Cinema are back and this time they are taking over the Scout Hut on Holtwood Road for a fun, family double bill screening of Up and Moonrise Kingdom on Saturday 28th February!

Promising an exciting day of arts and crafts, music, entertainment and, of course, film, the event looks to be one of Handmade Cinema's finest! This special screening will also feature artwork and film created by local Scouts and Cubs in workshops with Handmade Cinema.

Become an honorary scout no matter what your age with crafts inspired by the films for everyone: from balloon modelling demonstrations, design and making your own scout badges, bird mask making and more!

Times: Up ( crafts from 2pm, film starts at 3pm)

Moonrise Kingdom (Crafts at 7pm, film starts at 7:30pm)

Tickets: £2.50 per person (£4 for both films!) Tickets are available on the door, get there early to avoid disappointment!

Come down and get involved in our ‘Scout inspired’ fun!

2:00pm to 4:00pm Saturday 28 February 2015
Moonrise Kingdom
7:00pm to 9:00pm Saturday 28 February 2015

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