This is when you can see a classic Disney film on the big screen in Southsea Common
A CLASSIC Disney film will be shown on the big screen in Southsea.
The common will be transformed into an open air cinema on Friday evening with Bedknobs and Broomsticks set to be screened.
The 1971 musical, starring Angela Lansbury and David Tomlinson, is about three children who are evacuated from London during the Second World War and discover they have been sent to live with a witch – but a good one.
Together with the witch and the aid of a magic bed, the children travel to an undersea kingdom, stop a Nazi invasion and have other adventures.
Bedknobs and Broomsticks mixes live action and animation for a bewitchingly good time.
The film will be shown on the big screen which is being put on Southsea Common for the upcoming D-Day anniversary events this week.
It will begin at 7pm on Friday night – so make sure you get down early to claim a good spot.
A weather warning for rain has been issued for tomorrow but the council have said the current forecast does not predict ‘any weather severe enough for us to consider cancellation’.
The screening of Bedknobs and Broomsticks follows a concert featuring Military Concert band, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and a specially formed young person’s choir performing a composition by James Olsen, inspired by reminiscences of D-Day veterans.