General Meeting Tuesday 10th December 7pm-8pm Parkstone Hotel

Friends of the Broadway Prestwick give notice of a general meeting of members.

We will update all members on the achievements of the group since incorporation and provide an overview of plans going forward into the New Year.

This is our first General Meeting since incorporation and our current Interim Board of Directors will step down. With the exception of our Chairperson, Leica Malkin, and Director Claire Kimmett – all will seek re-election.  

Following the resignation of Vice-Chairperson Colin Malkin the interim board currently comprises:

Leica Malkin – chairperson
Julie Twaddell – secretary
Elissa Wilson – treasurer
Hazel Cuthbert – director
Claire Kimmett – director
Kyle MacFarlane – director
Kirsty Thomson – director
 
We welcome applications from members residing in the KA9 area wishing to join the board. 

Directors must be nominated by two members and such nominations, including confirmation that the nominee is willing to act as an Elected Director,  must be received at the company’s registered address:  2 Craigie St, Prestwick, KA9 1RF  no later than 3rd December 2019.

If you are interested in joining us at this exciting time please do get in touch for more information on 
hello@broadwayprestwick.org.uk

Queen of Katwe

This is a rare opportunity to see Queen of Katwe – the critically acclaimed 2016 biopic of Phiona Mutesi. This true story of a young Ugandan girl who learns to play chess under the guidance of a former soccer player defies preconceptions of a Disney movie.

Supported by the Weir Charitable Trust, Friends of the Broadway Prestwick present this screening in conjunction with Pass it On Trust Uganda.

The event is free to attend and all are welcome.

Pass It On Trust will have African crafts for sale on the night so a good chance for a little Christmas shopping too!

Halloween Night at the RAFA

A horror double bill of classic films this Halloween….Remember to beware the full moon, stick to the path, and don’t play with ouija boards…

Doors/bar open 7pm, the event is free, donations accepted, membership opportunities on the night.

American Werewolf in London starts 7:30pm
The Exorcist starts 9:30pm.

Both films will be screened with subtitles.

The Cabin in the Woods

Supported by the Weir Charitable Trust, Friends of the Broadway Prestwick, in conjunction with River Garden Auchincruive present a special Halloween screening of:
The Cabin in the Woods

Entry is free to this event and tickets can be reserved on the Eventbrite link below.

Please note the Auchincruive screenings will be held in an unheated metal shed (very atmospheric but not very warm!) so we suggest that you dress as if for an outdoor event.

Doors will open 30 minutes before screening and refreshments will be available to purchase.

There will be no alcohol for sale or permitted at this event.

Any voluntary donations will be gratefully received towards the wider project aims and will evenly distributed between the two charities hosting the event.

Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were Rabbit

Supported by the Weir Charitable Trust, Friends of the Broadway Prestwick in conjunction with River Garden Auchincruive present a special Halloween screening of:
Wallace and Gromit – The Curse of the Were Rabbit.

Entry is free to this event and tickets can be reserved on the Eventbrite link below.

Please note the Auchincruive screenings will be held in an unheated metal shed, so we suggest that you dress as if for an outdoor event.

Doors will open 30 minutes before screening and refreshments will be available to purchase.

Any voluntary donations will be gratefully received towards the wider project aims and will evenly distributed between the two charities hosting the event.

Local Hero

Local Hero (1983) coming to the RAFA Club next Thursday (5th September). Watch this timeless Scottish film with us, in the licensed RAFA Club. It’s also an opportunity to become a member of Friends of the Broadway Prestwick (£2 annual membership), and we’ll be unveiling new illustrations of how the Broadway’s external space could look.

In memory of Laura and George.