CHEADLE will hold its first movie premiere this Saturday, April 19, with the debut of the award winning 'Legend of the Chained Oak'.
The title scooped the Best UK Short award at this year's "Stoke Your Fires Film Festival" and is being shown as part of a new events programme put together by Mike Plant at the Cheadle Discovery Centre.
The film was written by Dan Weatherer, aged 34, of Meir Park, who also co-produced it with Dean Maynard, aged 41, of Durham, and film director Mark Mooney, aged 41, of South London. Dan Weatherer said "This is an exciting time for all those involved in the creation of the film.
"This is the first time the public have been able to see the film in full.
"It was only right that the film debut in my hometown, and as the Oak is part of our heritage, only fitting that any proceeds made from the screening go towards helping those in need in our community."
Screenings will run every forty five minutes from 4pm until late.
Tickets are priced at £3 each and are available from the Discovery centre or you can pay on the door.
All proceeds are to be split between the Cheadle and District Foodbank and Cheadle Discovery Centre.
For more information check out the Facebook page: legend of the chained oak.