Friday 9th September, The Lion Park Argyle Place, Cliftonwood.
Gates open at 7pm, film starts at 8pm.
After a three year break, we're looking forward to getting back together as a community for another screening under the stars. The Greatest Showman is a PG certificate, family-friendly musical, so come along to meet friends and neighbours for some Friday night fun. As the soundtrack says, "Ladies and gents, this is the moment you've waited for... "
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Welcome to Cliftonwood’s family film screening. This year the date is Friday 6th September and Cliftonwood voted for Mary Poppins.
Gates open at 7pm so come early to pick your spot, the film starts at 8pm. We provide 40 chairs on a first come first served basis. Most people bring rugs etc to sit on the grass.
Mary Poppins attire could add to the fun if you fancy dressing up. Though do wrap up warm as it gets chilly later! Food, drink and toilets are available at The Lion next door.
There is no interval and so the film should finish by 10pm.
For updates keep an eye on our Facebook page
We’re very grateful to The Lion for sponsoring our event
If you know of any local businesses that would like to sponsor the cinema please email [email protected]
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Welcome to Cliftonwood’s must-see late summer family event.
Every year we screen a film in the Argyle Place Park, in the open air under the stars.
This year our film is Singin’ in the Rain on Saturday 9th September at 8pm.
Food, drink and toilets are available at The Lion pub next door.
The gates open at 7pm so come early to pick your spot. Most people bring rugs to sit on the grass, but we also provide 40 chair s first come first served
Wrap up warm because it does get chilly later!
There is no interval and so the film should finish by 10pm at the latest.
This year our film is Singin’ in the Rain chosen by community vote.
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Welcome to Cliftonwood’s must-see late summer family event. Every year we screen a film in the Argyle Place Park, next to The Lion pub, in the open air under the stars. This year it’s on Friday 8th September at 8pm.
The survey closes on Sat 8 July so please do vote ASAP
We’re really pleased that the work has started to renovate the Argyle Place Park. They’re starting with improvements to the stepped seating area, removing the rotting wooden steps and replacing them with brick which will last much longer. The flowerbed also being reduced in size and the fencing will be replaced. There will be more benches and seating in the top corner.
The old see-saw and spinning bowl will be replaced by a small swing. New surfacing will be laid under all new play equipment to meet the new safety standards. Repairs will be made to other parts of the park where there was slight subsidence.
The Council’s budget for this project has been very tight so they’re unable to spend anything on renovations to the kick about area. Once this make-over is finished we’ll have to look at a new fund raising effort for rotivating, new soil and reseeding this area.
See the latest design here and click on this link to zoom in. The new bars will be moving further to the left towards the house wall to open up more space in the middle of the park.
Welcome to Cliftonwood’s must-see late summer event on Friday – a family film The Italian Job, to be screened outdoors under the stars in the Argyle Place Park, next to the Lion Pub.
The park gates open at 7pm and the film starts at 8pm.
Chairs are provided on one side of the park – for others bring a rug or cushions to sit on the grass.
Food, drink and toilets are available at the Lion Pub next door.