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Mean Girls Party

Screening & Afterparty

24 Aug 20:15 (doors open)

Ticket price: £20*

Join The Plastics at Tyneside Cinema for our MEAN GIRLS screening and after party! Can we make fetch happen? Including a screening and a hosted after party with a complimentary themed cocktail in Tyneside Bar Café. The best dressed will be crowned prom King and Queen, you’ll be encouraged to sing-a-long to the iconic songs from the film, witness lip-sync contest judged by Bonnie and the Bonnettes plus fancy dress is encouraged prizes for the best dressed.

Written by Tina Fey, Mean Girls brilliantly fuses pop culture comedy and smart satire to create a portrayal of teen politics so deadly accurate, it should be required viewing in every high school. Lindsay Lohan stars as Cady, an innocent, formerly home-schooled girl who gets dropped into the sneaky, vicious world of “The Plastics,” three rich, popular teen girls who rule their school’s social hierarchy like highly-fashionable fascists.

Cady first befriends a couple of art-punk outcasts who persuade her to infiltrate The Plastics and destroy them from within – but power corrupts, and Cady soon finds the perks of being a Plastic too seductive to ignore. When Cady unwittingly violates one of the unwritten laws of her new Plastic pals and goes out on a date with the ex-boyfriend of the head Plastic, the ruthless Regina George (Rachel McAdams), Cady becomes involved in an all-out Mean Girl War that only the strongest shall survive.

Featuring a stellar comedy cast including Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert and Lizzy Caplan, Mean Girls is a hilarious look at the brutal high school jungle that’s even better than a cake made out of rainbows and smiles. So whether you’re a Plastic, a Mathlete or a Badass M.C., this is going to be, like, “So Fetch!”

Please note: this event is strictly for over 18s only.

*Plus online booking fee. Tickets purchased via our Box Office do not have a booking fee.

Film Information

Running Time: 1hr 33mins

BBFC Advice: 18

Director(s): Mark Waters

Country of Origin: USA

Year of release:

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