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Choose life. Choose a job. Choose teaming up with local club night Exhale Newcastle for a special screening of Danny Boyle’s generation defining classic.

Join us for a Bank Holiday evening film with a difference. We are teaming up with local club night Exhale who have been throwing incredible parties at World Headquarters club for over four years. They celebrate the finest classic house, trance, garage and Ibiza anthems.

The screening will be introduced by the team behind Exhale and will be followed by a party in the Tyneside Bar Café with a live DJ (where Exhale ticket holders will also be able to pick up a free house drink). All of this before heading on down to World Headquarters for a five hour party from 11pm.

We can think of worse ways to spend a Bank Holiday. 

Film tickets only £5, just select £5 ticket deal from the price menu when booking online.

Please note that seperate tickets will be required for the Exhale Club Night at World Headquarters. Book yours by clicking here.

BBFC Advice: This film contains very strong language, strong sex and violence and hard drug use.

 

Director(s): Danny Boyle   Country of Origin: United Kingdom  Year: 1996   Running Time: 1hr 34 mins  
BBFC Advice: 18 No children may watch this film.  

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