A huge thank you to everyone who was a part of the event. It was a huge success, raising over £2000 for Parkinsons. Once all the artwork has been paid for and delivered we will update you with an exact figure. The event itself was really amazing and we were blown away with the level of support and enthusiasm. We could not have done it without the help of all our talented artists who took part, donating all the artwork for free and the support of CPL Animate for sponsoring the event. More news and pictures coming soon.
We have teamed up will the Hill Valley Preservation Society to bring you a display of props used in the movie as well as replicas. Here’s a peek at some of the items you’ll be able to see at our event.
See if you can spot our posters around Liverpool.
Free Tickets now available at Event Bright
All proceeds of this free event will be donated to Parkinsons UK.
We are all really excited to announce that the money made from our “Hey Mcfly!” Exhibition will towards helping Parkinson’s UK. We will be working closely in conjunction with Sarah Green, North West Regional Fundraiser to make sure the event can do as much as possible to help this great cause. In 1991, Michael J. Fox was diagnosed with the condition.
One person in every 500 has Parkinson’s. That’s about 127,000 people in the UK.
Few people realise the impact Parkinson’s Disease has on somebodies life and there is currently no cure. Fortunately there are a variety of drugs and treatments are available to manage many of the symptoms – but we can do more.
The money raised will go towards educational sessions in hospital wards, half day Parkinson’s nurse-led clinics, Parkinson’s nurses to aid people and cutting edge research projects so that one day a cure can be found.
The deadline for submissions has now passed.
We would like to thank all the artists who have submitted work for the exhibition.