HOYLAKE’s second film night will take place at the Parade Hoylake Community Centre next week.
More than 80 people attended the first event, a showing of Nowhere Boy, in September.
Organisers from community group Hoylake Village Life say they were delighted by the enthusiastic response and are keen to show more films.
The next film to be shown will be Regeneration, a film based on the novel by Pat Barker about the wartime friendship between the poets Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon.
Mark Howard, of Hoylake Village Life, said: “We had such a positive response from local residents to the last film that we started organising the next film night straight away, and we will organise one every month.”
The event on Friday, November 11, will feature some special surprises, provided by the Wilfred Owen Story in Birkenhead, to celebrate the life and works of Wirralian Owen.
Vaughan Williams, chairman of the community centre, said: “After the first film night we were inundated with phone calls asking when the next film would be shown.
“Local residents felt that it was just like being in a real cinema, which is a huge compliment to the quality of facilities we have on offer at The Parade.”
Doors open at 6.30pm and the film starts at 7.30pm.
Snacks and drinks from a licensed bar will be available. The bar will also be open after the film.
Tickets are £5 from www.hoylake village.org.uk – click what’s on – or on the door on the night.