The Blackout Film Project Presents… ‘Birdman’ the movie

Posted on - 14th March, 2015 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Campaigns, City Centre, Friargate, Preston City Centre, Things to Do in and around Preston, What's On in Preston

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The Preston based feature film making team, the  Blackout Film Project, are to start of their crowdfunding campaign with a celebratory showing of the Academy Award winning movie, Birdman which will be shown later this month at Roper Hall on Friargate in Preston.

The event will include:

Meet ‘The Blackout’ Team
See exclusive Premiere of ‘The Blackout’ Film Teaser
Live Music
Watch 2015 Oscar and BAFTA Winning Movie – ‘Birdman
Free Champagne Cocktail
Free Popcorn
Candy Buffet
Free Entry to The Attic Nightclub
Raffle including alcohol and ‘experience’ prizes

Alan Livesey,  the coordinating director of the Blackout Film Project, said, “We are very excited about this event and feel that this is a great opportunity for people to find out what the project is and what it will mean to Preston.

“We’ve had a pair of 14ct gold and pearl earrings donated by Janet Barber Goldsmith to auction at our fundraiser; we’re so humbled by everyone’s generosity and are really looking forward to this event”.

Alan Livesey,  the coordinating director of the Blackout Film Project

Alan Livesey, the coordinating director of the Blackout Film Project

Janet Barber is a Goldsmith and Jeweller. Having received a 1st class honours degree from Loughborough University, Janet creates bespoke creations as well as unusual production ranges available to the individual and retailers of fine quality jewellery and gifts.
Her work has been exhibited round the world and even on the BBC! She has been commissioned and created the Jewellery for several films, the most recent being for Meryl Streep in the Iron Lady.
Three will be a silent auction for these unique earrings at our fundraiser on March 27th.

Where? – Roper Hall & Attic
When? – Friday 27th March 2015 6pm- late

Early discount offer via Eventbrite

Pay on the Door £5.50

Under 18s must be accompanied by and Adult and
are not permitted in the club after 10pm

Will you go to the Blackout Film Project party? Let us know in the comments below.

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