Golden age of cinema returns to Totnes
Those who remember the Hollywood heyday of the 1950s are invited to a free matinee film show at a Totnes cinema.
A special screening of the Doris Day classic Calamity Jane will be shown at the Follaton Community Centre on Monday, November 26.
Cinema chairman Martin Foster said: "Although we do get older people coming along to our evening screenings, we thought a matinee screening of a classic musical would prove popular.
"We've invited people from a number of residential homes in the area, but anyone over 60 is welcome to come along with their partners or companions to enjoy a free film show.
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"It starts at 2pm and there's even free tea and cake so they can get the full community cinema experience."
Calamity Jane, first released in 1953, was said to be a favourite at the residential homes and the Follaton Community Cinema team will show it on state-of-the-art cinema equipment they bought with a grant from the Big Lottery Fund.
Find out more at www.follatoncommunity cinema.co.uk or call Martin on 01803 868455.