The organisers of Fife’s first ever Drive in Movie event have announced the two films to be shown, as demand for tickets hots up.
The two screenings – a 7.00 p.m. family show and an adults-only 9.30 p.m. film will be ‘Toy Story’ and ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ (2003) respectively.
All proceeds from the event will be donated to the CH@S Charity.
The event, the first of its kind ever to be hosted in Fife, takes place Friday, March 7, (not March 15 as indicated in last week’s Gazette) at Fife Airport, Glenrothes.
Students from Adam Smith College’s HND events management course have organised the movie spectacular and have been inundated with requests for tickets.
Each screening will allow up to 100 cars on to the site, with tickets for the event priced at £15 per car, per film.
The airport’s Tipsy Nipper restaurant will also be providing a range of typical cinema-style catering, including hot dogs, popcorn and burgers as well as refreshments.
For ticket information go to the ‘Drive in Movie - first ever in Fife’ Facebook page.