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Hornchurch charity holds special 1980s themed events to celebrate its 30th anniversary

PUBLISHED: 12:00 24 April 2018 | UPDATED: 13:50 24 April 2018

First Step are hosting a special showing of the fim Big, and encouraging film goers to wear 1980's themed attire.

First Step are hosting a special showing of the fim Big, and encouraging film goers to wear 1980's themed attire.

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Residents are invited to wear their best neon, colourful outfits for two 1980s themed nights organised by a Hornchurch charity.

First Step in Tangmere Crescent, is holding a comedy whodunit event, ‘Murder at No. 30’ on Saturday, May 12 at 7.30pm.

Written by Lee Giles, this enticing mystery will contain some names familiar to those who know First Step, a charity that supports children with special needs.

On Thursday, May 17 there will be a special showcasing of the 1988 film Big, starring Tom Hanks.

Premiere cinemas in the Mercury Mall, Romford will be selling themed mocktails and cocktails with donations going towards the Hornchurch charity.

Film goers are encouraged to wear 1980’s themed attire or dress as the profession they aspired to be when they grew up.

Call 01708 556355 to reserve your tickets for the murder mystery night and film viewing.

Cocktails will be available from the bar in Premiere Cinema from 6.45pm and the film will be shown at 7.30pm.

For any enquiries, please contact Michelle Mitchell at fundraising@firststep.org.uk.

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