Saturday, 10 July 2010

Outdoor Cinema: Grease at Avery Hill Park

This sounds fun if it comes off - from the New Eltham Resident's Association:

"Open Air Cinema – 1950's music, cars and the film Grease. Saturday 17th July
 The council haven't been advertising this greatly because they're not sure if the licence is going to be granted!! ... I'm told that all the entertainment has been booked including a 1950's themed band, classic American cars and, of course, the showing of the film Grease. Car tickets will cost £10 and will be limited to 100.Free for pedestrians and you can bring your own refreshments. Look out in the park and press for more news."
Although Greenwich Council does now have this on it's website, so it seems it's now confirmed:
"Grease - drive-in screening (certificate - PG

Avery Hill Park, Avery Hill Road, Eltham SE9 2BJ

Car entrance:  Reinickendorf Avenue, Avery Hill Road

Saturday, 17 July, 6pm - 12 midnight

There are Drive In car spaces and a viewing area on the grass for pedestrians.
£10 per car for advance bookings - advance tickets can be purchased from Tuesday 29 June at Eltham Library and Greenwich Heritage Centre.

Tickets can be purchased on the day at a cost of £20 per car. Pedestrians need not book – places are free."
Other Avery Hill posts:
London Masala and Chips: Avery Hill Park Cafe protest
London Masala and Chips: Festivals in SE london: an embarrassment ...

You can check out other local happenings at Eltham/Greenwich Events and Places.

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