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Our hugely popular night of classic film, fabulous food and mystery. The film will remain a secret until the day but the food promises to be a revelation, filled with fabulous dishes.

And remember … you’ll need the password.

Tickets: £18 per head (inc drink)

Only 20 tickets available, book in advance.

If you have any specific dietary requirements, allergies, or are booking as part of a group please let us know when booking at box office, or if online by writing in the 'pickup comments' section of the booking details.

Director(s): ?     Year: 2016  
BBFC Advice: 15 No children under 15 may watch this film.  

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