Nuneaton Lives goes to the big screen
Published on Friday, 3rd June 2016
On 2nd July, we are hosting a FREE huge open air cinema in George Eliot Gardens, Nuneaton. The event has been organised in collaboration with town centre businesses.
So bring a picnic, sit back and enjoy. We’re going to be showing three films, the first one kicks off at 10.30am for little-ones big or small to sing-along too - Frozen. Then at 12.30 we have Dad’s Army. Followed by the main film starting at 3pm with Star Wars - The Force Awakens. This is going to be a fantastic day out for all the family to enjoy, we are also having live music, Punch and Judy, Julie Bromage Dancers, Anker Radio to name a few. The Museum will be having a special ‘Galaxy in the Gallery’ which is a must for all Sci-Fi fans. So dress up as your favourite character from any of the films on show and enjoy the day.
“I am delighted to see this years Nuneaton Lives back with a great idea, sorry a huge idea. See George Eliot Gardens like you have never seen it before. The open air cinema is great for all the family to enjoy a fantastic day out, bring a picnic, bring a lightsaber, because this will definitely bring a smile to your face”.
Ian Powell, Director - Regeneration & Public Protection
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