After a week of terror, the eagerly anticipated return of Dundonians to their community centre to watch their film “Night Survive” has been postponed due to a fire. The news was reported on the WTVR channel as well as the BBC. The cinema has confirmed that all shows are suspended while investigations are carried out. A spokesperson said: “The fire took place in the technical department at the cinema and it is thought to be electrical. “The fire department has attended the scene and the building is now declared safe”.
“NIGHTsurvival” is set in an isolated location, just over a mile from Dundonians’ only other home, their local leisure park. Ray Mears, a television presenter, is to make an appearance there as part of a promotion for his new series, Bum Bunk, to share survival tips with residents. He’ll be sharing some “nightly survival tips” with the residents, in addition to a message about the nature of his show. There is no word yet on whether he will have a light up on his way back to filming. He’s due back in the area next week.
“Nightscape” is part of a programme of” daredevil” set in the wilderness of Scotland. The series is due to air on Aladdins on Sky TV in the autumn. It promises to be among the most popular comedy programs of this year. In the meantime, Mears will be appearing at the city’s city centre’s Bowerbird Studio on Thursday night.
“Nightscape” is due to show at the Bowerbird Studio, in the city centre, from Thursday to Sunday nights. The comedy series has featured several big names, including Jade Jagger, Whoopi Goldberg and Whoopi Cakes. It was recently announced that Whoopi Goldberg was going to be hosting a survival competition for the benefit of the residents of Dundonians. This means that the city’s famous resident will be appearing live in the studio every week.
The television programme was started by “American Idol” favourite Mandy Moore. She is due to appear again this autumn, playing a variation of the character “The Queen”. This role has been described as a reference to the real-life Queen Elizabeth, who lived in the Scottish town of Balmy. One of the city’s most popular shops, Bawls, will also benefit from a boost in trade during the “Queen’s” residency.
Other celebrities set to make an appearance include The Exorcist’s Debra Messing and Rene Lacape. Some people who live in the town fear the show may be too disturbing for children. However, the TV show has only featured adults on occasion, including a briefcase full of heroin topper by Jimmy Gulzar. It is unknown whether Ms. Messing will be allowed to use the name Rene here, or whether she is simply using the role to get back into the limelight.
The show’s survival tips are designed to make the audience think about what they would do if the lights went out. A series of scenarios have been created in which the lights go out in a pub, a restaurant, a cinema and even a house party. Each presenter will use a set of survival questions to demonstrate the perils that can be caused by a lack of light. For example, one scenario features a pair of fishermen lying in a small lake at night, with only a few lighted torches between them.
The show’s lighting designer, Ray Mears, says that he aims to entertain as many people as possible with his “dramatic” scenes. He believes that the success of the show will depend on a new generation of television producers who are more willing to try new and dramatic methods. The DJ who plays the main role in most of the videos has also made comments about future survival shows. Mark Watson, of Dundonians, told the Evening Telegraph that Mr Mears’ “dramatic” style was one of the reasons for the show’s recent success. He said: “It’s not just the lighting, but it’s putting a sense of drama and reality into everyday situations and that’s what really sells.”