Sponsored by the South Downs National Park
A Pedal Powered, Outdoor Screening of
‘The Italian Job’. (PG)
‘The Italian Job’ is a classic British caper film of the 1960s starring Michael Caine. A fast and stylish romp, “The Italian Job,” is a complicated plan to hijack gold bullion from Italy — right from underneath the noses of the Italian Police and the Mafia.
This free event will be held at dusk on 19th September 2015 at the Big Park and will be powered by members of the audience pedalling on specially adapted bikes. Doors open at 7 pm where pizza, popcorn and a bar will be open for you to stock up on refreshments before the main feature starts at 8 pm.
This is a car-free event and attendees are encouraged to arrive by bike. Bike trains led by Sustrans and Cycle Seahaven will be operating on the night –
Sustrans – From Saltdean
Meet on the cycle path opposite Saltdean Lido at 6.30pm to leave by 6.45pm
Pick up point 1: Junction between Grassmere Avenue and Telscombe Cliffs Way 7pm
Pick up point 2: Junction between Arundel Road West and Hobdern Avenue 7.05pm
Cycle Seahaven – From Seaford
Seaford seafront at the junction of Edinburgh Road at 6:25
Arrive Denton Corner 6:35
Arrive Newhaven Rail Station 6:40
Arrive Junction of A259 and Valley Road (beginning of new cycle lane on the outskirts of Newhaven) at 7:05
Arrive Big Park 7:15
If you are unable to cycle to the event, details of public transport and alternative parking can be found HERE.
This is a free event sponsored by the South Downs National Park, but you must register to attend. REGISTER HERE
Don’t forget to wrap up warm and bring a blanket! In the event of really bad weather, you will be notified by email if the screening is cancelled. You will have the opportunity to book for an alternative indoor event at a later date.
We look forward to welcoming you to our first big screen event at the Big Park.