Hop along to see fundraising film
CHILDREN and parents should be hopping with enthusiasm next month when Rose Hill Primary School shows this year's outdoor film.Organisers have chosen to show Who Framed Roger Rabbit as it provides entertainment for both children and adults.
CHILDREN and parents should be hopping with enthusiasm next month when Rose Hill Primary School shows this year's outdoor film.
Organisers have chosen to show Who Framed Roger Rabbit as it provides entertainment for both children and adults.
The school hosted a similar evening last year to raise money for the school, when they showed Monsters Inc but this year's cinematic experience should be more realistic as ice cream and popcorn will be available to enhance the evening.
Martin Jarvis, organiser of the event said: "Rose Hill wanted to carry out a fundraising event different to every other school in the area.
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"The first screening was enormously successful and paved the way for this year's event."
Who Framed Roger Rabbit will be screened at 8pm but the entertainment begins much earlier with the gates opening at 6pm and Rushmere Players performing an hour of comedy sketches from 6.30pm.
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There are also competitions organised, with guests invited to 'guess the film trailer' and 'dress up as a movie character- prizes have been donated by Ipswich Odeon.
A barbecue has been organised as well as the traditional cinema snacks and with several hundred people expected, Mr Jarvis added: "It is unique among school-based events in the area."