TRUE ROMANCE SCREENING

12th February

Thievery, deception, murder – who said romance is dead? Join us on 12th February as we indulge our anti-Valentines spirit with a screening of Tony Scott and Quentin Tarantino’s cult hit, True Romance.

Starring the original heartthrobs, Christian Slater (Clarence) and Patricia Arquette (Alabama), the film follows their unconventional, if endearing romance that sees them take on pimps, the mafia and, frankly, their own shortcomings as adults as they traverse the US.

And none of this is to mention the plethora of glittering performances from it’s star-studded supporting cast – a stoner Brad Pitt and dreadlocked pimp played by Gary Oldman are just a couple of examples that spring to mind.

The film split the critics when it was first released, and was a relative box office failure. Not that this prevented it from gaining a sizeable cult following in the years that followed and leaving a lasting imprint on the genre and cinema more widely.

Tickets are £15 for the one, £20 for a pair using the code ‘trueromance’ at checkout, and are available below. Complimentary cocktail included.

FORMAT: 

Arrival – Attendees will arrive through the doors of our liquor store at 6:30pm and purchase any beer, wine, or other refreshments they like. Afterwards, guest 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 there’ll be a screening of a cult classic at 7pm sharp after a small period allotted for short trailers.

Afters – After the show, attendees will be invited back down to the Cellar Bar, where you can drink, discuss, and continue your evening. Reservations may be required.

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"Amid the chaos of that day, when all I could hear was the thunder of gunshots, and all I could smell was the violence in the air, I look back and am amazed that my thoughts were so clear and true, that three words went through my mind endlessly, repeating themselves like a broken record: you're so cool, you're so cool, you're so cool."