More outdoor film screenings could be held in Malvern next year in the wake of the success of September’s showing of Jaws in Priory Park.
The screening, arranged by Malvern Hills District Council, was a great success, attracting some 300 cinemagoers, twice the number estimated. It was shown to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Steven Spielberg-directed classic’s original release.
And now the district council and Malvern Town Council are considering joining forces to promote a Malvern Film Festival for summer 2016.
The proposal envisages screening two films in Priory Park, which is owned by the district council, and one each in Rosebank Gardens and Victoria Park, the property of the town council.