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Pop Up Screens Cocktails & Movies event this March!

Transforming the 20th Century Theatre into a speakeasy next week, Pop Up Screens return with a fantastic cocktails & movies event featuring some of your favourite films.

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Tickets for each screening cost £22 which includes three cocktails, a little alcoholic sweet treat and some nibbles too. There’s also alcohol free cocktails as well – tickets for the virgin cocktails option cost £14.

During each screening, visitors will be encouraged to ‘taste what they see’ and given prompts for when to eat and drink during the film. So if you come to see The Big Lebowski, you can sip on a White Russian; for Cocktail, you can sample a Red Eye (beer, vodka and tomato juice); and for The Goonies, a Baby Ruth Hard Milkshake (vanilla milkshake, Baileys, hazlenut liquor) with a Baby Ruth Bar. For When Harry Met Sally, the cocktail couldn’t be anything but A Screaming Orgasm, whilst it’s obviously a Sex Panther (Triple Sec, Drey Vermouth, Vodka, Grenadine and orange juice) for Anchorman!

The line-up of films:

  • Friday 13th March 2015The Big Lebowski
    Doors at 8pm/film starts at 9pm
  • Saturday 14th March 2015Anchorman
    Doors at 4.30pm/film starts at 5.30pm
  • Saturday 14th March 2015Cocktail
    Doors at 8pm/film starts at 9pm
  • Sunday 15th March 2015The Goonies
    Doors at 4.30pm/film starts at 5.30pm
  • Sunday 15th March 2015When Harry Met Sally
    Doors at 8pm/film starts at 9pm

David Leydon from Pop Up Screens said:

“Cocktails are cool. Movies are cool. Put them together and you get something doubly cool. Well that’s the thinking anyway! It’s exciting (and possibly a little scary) to be doing something so different to our normal screenings.”

For more details, and to buy tickets for any of the screenings, please see

Pop Up Screens Cocktails & Movies
Friday 13th – Sunday 15th March 2015
20th Century Theatre
291 Westbourne Grove
W11 2QA

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