Open air cinema tonight at the Patch

Posted On 20 Sep 2014 at 11:13 am

The organisers of Brighton’s liveliest free neighbourhood festival, PatchFest, are tonight launching an open air cinema.

Cinema in the Patch will screen its first feature film Jurassic Park tonight, along with several local short films, including PatchFest – the Movie! from 7pm at William Clarke Park off Hartington Road, known locally as The Patch.

Host Duncan Blinkhorn said: “It’s the first time we’ve done one of the these, so we’re learning as we go. We anticipate 100 to 200 people attending.

“Before the main feature we will show a few short films, including a film of PatchFest, another about the Biosphere project and one called ‘Changing Lanes’ about the recent improvements along the Lewes Road. “

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Filmgoers are encouraged to dress as dinosaurs or don other Jurassic Park-inspired costumes, as well as something warm for when the air begins to chill.

A bar will serve beers, wines and cider, hot and cold drinks, popcorn and soup. Suggested donation is £2.

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