I couldn't wait for Social Screen with its outdoor showing of Far From Heaven at a secret location. Having been sent a personal invite but having to decline because it is my sister's birthday, I am a little put-out that I won't be in attendance. Miss Macaroon is a trained chef, whose charm and wit has made her a hit with the foodie crowd.
Those who've tried her flawless set of macaroons know Miss Macaroon is a clever lady, and it seems her talents know no end, as she presents the Birmingham lot with a movie night that's a more social affair.
If the title didn't give it away, social screen won't be in a lights-out cinema, but an outdoor event to talk about. With music, makeovers, macaroons, and a movie on offer, Miss Macaroon has created an event for lovers of the fine things in life.
Social screen will more than an image moving across a large canvas - fifties dress is encouraged, but not essential, so pull out your petticoats, shirts and slacks, sweep your hair over and don a too-cool-for-school swagger.