Make A Scene Valentine’s Special: Titanic

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor

13 February 2021 Tickets from £7 — Book now

Make A Scene in your own home this Valentine’s, as Manchester’s most outlandish film club returns with a Titanic watch-a-long. Following successful events centred around iconic television show Golden Girls and horror classic Scream, the Make a Scene crew have turned their interactive attention to James Cameron’s epic romance.

Plugging into the camp undertones of the blockbusting maritime disaster movie, hostesses Gary Williams and Grace Oni Smith will be introducing and commentating on the film with the assistance of specially filmed videos and homemade special effects. Of course, this being Make A Scene, there will also be drag appearances by Smith who will take on the Kate Winslet role, while Beau Blonde steps into the shoes of Leonardo DiCaprio.

All you need to do is buy yourself a ticket (all money goes to the performers) and source a copy of the film to enable you to watch-a-long. There will be all manner of audience interaction going on, including a life drawing class and sketching competition, Celine Dion karaoke, and food and drink suggestions to keep you entertained. Gary and Grace are even threatening to play matchmaker for those looking for romance.

13 February 2021 Tickets from £7 Book now

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