A reminder of this Friday’s Classic Movie Night at the Mill. If you’ve never seen Easter Parade before – you absolutely should! If you have seen it, you will have loved it and wish to see it again. If you have seen it and didn’t like it … no, sorry, I’m not even going there! How is that even possible?

Question: How do I possibly follow the wonderful and very warmly received The African Queen, shown at last month’s Classic Movie Nights at the Mill? Answer: Very simple – with an equally wonderful film this month. Easter is fast approaching. Now what could I choose that would be timely? Duh! Easter Parade, of course. The highest grossing musical film of 1948 and the second highest grossing MGM musical of the entire decade, Easter Parade is a true classic of musical/comedy. With a score by the unbeatable Irving Berlin, and starring Judy Garland and Fred Astaire, is any more incentive to attend necessary? Nope! Get in there!

The date is Friday 22nd March. Please book if you’d like to attend. These evenings are often a sell-out. Please ring the Old Saw Mill on 01260 277658 if you’d like to come or email info@theoldsawmill.org . Doors will open at 5.30 pm. The excellent pie, peas and mashed potatoes supper is served at 6.00 pm followed by my introduction to the film and then the showing of the movie. Please note: the OSM has had to introduce a slight price increase due to our expenses rising considerable. Cost is now £12 for non-members of the OSM and £10 for members. A bargain however you look at it!