The Village Screen Quarantine Cinema

Ben Williams, Managing Editor

29 March 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

Times are weird, scary and a little bit lonely, so Village Screen is here to spread some love! The Victoria Baths’ favourites are bringing us The Village Screen Quarantine Cinema, where you can join them for an evening of films, feasting and fun in the comfort of your own homes. This is obviously a totally free virtual event!

On Sunday 29th March, snuggle down to watch action-packed drama – Thelma & Louise. Ahead of the film, they’ll provide audiences with exclusive access to epic food and drink recipes, created by their friends at Pinch N Pull, Proove Pizza and Bueno Burgers. Their resident DJ will be spinning the decks in a live DJ set, and viewers can take part in challenges for the chance to win prizes

29 March 2020 Entrance is free Visit now

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