TT Cinema: Blade Runner Screening

April 2nd

Bring in the month of April with us at TT Cinema, as we put on a special screening of Ridley Scott’s 1980s sci-fi masterpiece.

Adapted from Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, this iconic dystopian classic is unquestionably one of the greatest science fiction films ever made.

A blend of science fiction and noir detective fiction, Blade Runner was a box office and critical bust upon its initial exhibition, but its unique postmodern production design became hugely influential within the sci-fi genre, and the film gained a significant cult following that increased its stature.

Perhaps more than any other film, Scott’s iconic sci-fi classic has gripped audiences and generated impassioned and fierce debate. Harrison Ford is exemplary as the world weary detective hunting down intelligent but murderous replicants amidst a neon-lit, rain-spattered future Los Angeles. Rutger Hauer, Sean Young and Daryl Hannah all give career-defining performances.

Not one to be missed by any stretch. As always, our dedicated bar team will have the liquid accompaniments covered.

Tickets are £15 for the one, or £20 for a pair when using the code ‘ridley’ at checkout. Complimentary cocktail included as tradition dictates.

FORMAT:

Arrival – Attendees will arrive through the doors of our liquor store at 6:30pm to allow time for them to settle in and purchase any beer, wine, or other refreshments they like. Alternatively, guests can make their way down into our Cellar Bar to receive their complimentary cocktail for the night.

Screening – Then, guests will be invited upstairs to our new 52-seater cinema room, where at 7pm sharp the film will begin.

Afters – After the show, attendees will be invited back down to the Cellar Bar, where you can drink, discuss, and continue your evening. Reservations recommended, although not mandatory.

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