Thanks for buying tickets to see Labyrinth tomorrow night. It's going to be amazing. According to the BBC it's going to be 22 degrees, even when the film starts.
Do bring a jumper though, whatever the forecast says it can get chilly when the sun goes down!
So here's your guide to everything I can think of that you might like to know. If I haven't covered anything here, please reply to the email with your question.
Doors - 6.30
Live Music - 7
Film - 8
We've got the excellent Matt Brooks playing a few guitar tunes for you tomorrow night. If the weather is as good as we're hearing it's going to be, sitting on the beach, soaking up the music as the sun goes down with a glass of something cold is going to be a real treat. I'd really recommend joining us early on.
Food & Drink
Please don't bring any drinks with you. There is a full bar, but it's a really clear condition of the hiring.
You can, though, bring food if you'd like to. Whether it's popcorn for the movie, or a whole picnic supper, feel free to bring in on. If you don't fancy lugging food around, the kitchen at the Lobster Shack will happily rustle up some takeaway seafood for you.
We have lots of chairs. If you really want to bring your own, feel free, but there is no clear need.
There are spaces on the East Quay, just next to the venue, but they do get busy and are a little expensive. I'd recommend parking in Gorrell Tank, a couple of minutes walk away. It's huge and only costs a couple of quid all evening.
The screening is completely sold out. If you have a spare ticket, please have a look at our facebook page, there are a few people looking for any available tickets. If you would like to come to another film, there are limited seats left for Gladiator on Friday.
Photos / twitter / etc
Please take loads of photos and please share them with me! It's going to be stunning and I'm terrible with a camera. If you're happy to share them directly, please send to email@example.com, or to the facebook page or on twitter using #WOFF.