Neston Flicks Saturday Screenings are Neston’s own Community Cinema in Neston Civic Hall, organised by a team of local volunteers and NCYC’s Community Activities Co-ordinator, Zaria Shreef.
Saturday Screenings take place on the last Saturday of the month, and doors open early for those who want to take advantage of the great value hot food and licensed bar before the film. The Royal Oak’s gorgeous scouse usually sells out in advance of the night as it’s only £4 a bowl, served with crusty bread, red cabbage and beetroot. Homemade cakes, baked by Elephant Coffee’s glorious Gloria, go down well with a cup of tea or a glass of wine. An MC introduces each film and shares community notices, and there’s always an interval, when you can buy an ice-cream in case you missed out on Gloria’s cake.
Doors open at 6 p.m. and films start at 7 p.m. Tickets cost £5 (£3 for those 16 and under) and £4 food vouchers can be purchased from Neston Community & Youth Centre, My Gift Place on Neston High Street or Neston Library.
Tickets can also be bought on the door, but it’s better to buy in advance, especially food vouchers, as you can’t be guaranteed a meal on the night without one.
NCYC’s Activities Co-ordinator Zaria Shreef says, “We have some brilliant films planned, and all the volunteers have a great time. The atmosphere at the Civic Hall on Flicks night is really something special!”
Neston Flicks also run Senior Matinees on the second Tuesday of the month at Neston Community Youth Centre.
To find out more about Neston Flicks, contact Zaria on 0151 336 7805, email or go to www.nestoncyc.org.uk