Outdoor Movie Night: Beasts of the Southern Wild

Saturday 25 November: Gates open 6pm, film starts 8pm
Feel free to bring a picnic or purchase food at the venue. NO BYO.
Get TicketsVenue Details
Mighty Mikey presents
Outdoor Movie Night: Beasts of the Southern Wild

Join us on Saturday November 25 for a night under the stars to raise money for Mighty Mikey to attend intensive therapy with the Neurological and Physical Abilitiation program.

Grab your friends and come for a picnic in the beautiful surrounds of the Somerville Auditorium followed by the gorgeous film Beasts of the Southern Wild

Watch the trailer here.

Delicious food will be available for purchase plus don't forget to grab a drink at the bar! All proceeds from bar & food sales go towards supporting Mikey's journey. There'll be amazing raffle prizes, and your ticket includes an entry for the door prize of an overnight stay at the Rendezvous Hotel in Scarborough. It's going to be a fantastic night!

Please note this event is NO BYO.

Deckchair style seating is available - feel free to bring a cushion to get extra comfy. The movie will play rain or shine so in the event of bad weather thrown on a poncho and grab your umbrella.

Film is rated PG. Children can attend if accompanied by an adult.



Mikey entered the world just over 4 weeks early on January 29th 2016. Mikey suffered a lack of oxygen during his final hours in the womb which caused Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE), severe brain damage. This damage has resulted in a main diagnosis of spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy and further diagnosis of epilepsy, hearing loss, microcephaly and global developmental delay.

Mikey’s main diagnosis of cerebral palsy means he has to work extremely hard to do the things we take for granted every day like holding a spoon, sitting independently and standing. Mikey has been lucky enough to secure a spot at NAPA (Neurological and Physical Abilitiation) a block of intensive therapy for 3 hours a day, 5 days a week for 3 weeks which commences on Mikey’s 2nd birthday. The 3 week intensive program is based on strengthening and conditioning, decreasing unwanted reflexes, and teaching new improved motor patterns through repetition and correct alignment. You can read more about it here .