Sex and the City 2 comes to Saffron Screen

PUBLISHED: 15:18 13 July 2010

SARAH JESSICA PARKER as Carrie Bradshaw in New Line Cinemas comedy SEX AND THE CITY 2, a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

SARAH JESSICA PARKER as Carrie Bradshaw in New Line Cinemas comedy SEX AND THE CITY 2, a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

© MMIX New Line Productions, Inc.

COMMUNITY cinema Saffron Screen is hosting a great night out in aid of its Going Digital fundraising campaign.

Sex and the City 2 (15) will be on screen on Thursday July 22 at 8pm, and the pre-film social event sponsored by Westgate of Saffron Walden will begin at 7pm.

Everyone is encouraged to dress up ‘SATC-style’ and the most glamorous outfit will be awarded a prize from Westgate.

Simon Day and his team from The Eight Bells will be running the cocktail bar and serving the trademark Cosmopolitans (£5), plus a non-alcoholic cocktail. And, thanks to Saffron Walden Waitrose, free canapés will be on hand for everyone.

Raffle tickets will also be on sale for the chance to win some great pampering prizes like a free hair cut, facial, ice cream and artwork. All proceeds raised on the night will go toward the Going Digital campaign.

Saffron Screen development manager, Amanda Lightstone, said: “We are excited to be hosting this fundraising event. It promises to be a great, social night out, so grab your friends and join the fun!”

She added: “We wish to thank the event sponsor Westgate of Saffron Walden for its continued support and generosity. And, we greatly appreciate The Eight Bells involvement in a Sex and the City related event yet again.”

Tickets are selling fast and can be purchased online: saffronscreen.com, at the Tourist Information Centre in Saffron Walden or at the cinema box office. Ticket prices: Full £6, Adult concessions £5, 18 & under £4.50.


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