Roller disco film extras wanted

PUBLISHED: 14:07 30 October 2015 | UPDATED: 14:07 30 October 2015

Hundreds of extras are wanted to attend St Andrew's Church for the filming. Photo by Denis Rozhnovsky.

Hundreds of extras are wanted to attend St Andrew's Church for the filming. Photo by Denis Rozhnovsky.

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The producers of a new film being shot in Clevedon are looking for volunteers to star as extras in its final scene.

A 1980s-themed roller disco will be held at the community centre in Princes Road at 8.30am on Monday and around 35 people aged 16-30 years old are wanted to take part in morning and afternoon shoots.

The scene will be the last to be filmed in the town as part of Mum’s List, a story originally penned as a novel by Clevedon resident Singe Greene about his wife who left behind a list of 100 things for him to fulfill with their two sons after she died from breast cancer.

Extras are requested to wear typical 1980s style clothing for the shoot and either bring their own skates or let producers know their shoe size.

Anyone who wants to take part should like and contact the Mum’s List Extras page on Facebook.


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