Weetabix On The Go Competition: Pop-Up Screens Outdoor Cinema: Pulp Fiction
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Enter the competition to win a pair of tickets to this event. The winner will be picked at 3pm on the day of the event. Pop-Up Screens aim to bring brilliant films to cool locations. For this one head to the Guildhall for a lot of lovely food, amazing popcorn and a fully stocked bar. If you’d prefer to bring your own picnic that’s ok, but it must be noted you will be missing out on burgers from the guy that supplies Harrods. This time around it's Pulp Fiction. Quentin Tarantino is the master of lovably violent films. This post-modern classic uses humour and quick-fire dialogue to connect the lives of LA mobsters, small-time criminals and a mysterious briefcase. Oozing pop culture references – including what is probably best exchange about foreign fast food the big screen has ever seen – its highly stylised neo-noir aesthetic has marked it as an instant winner with audiences. Unless otherwise stated, 2 tickets per day are available to win. You agree for your data to be shared with Weetabix and YPlan for marketing purposes. The competition is open to UK residents, aged over 18 years. No purchase necessary although a valid email is required. Winners selected at random. To the extent permissible by English Law, you the entrant hereby release Weetabix and YPlan from any and all claims, damages or liabilities arising from or relating to your participation in the prize draw. Prizes not exchangeable or transferable. If due to unforeseen circumstances the prize is not available, we reserve the right to substitute another prize, at our sole discretion. Entry to the promotion is deemed acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. Certificate: 18. Valid ID required. Runtime: 2 hours 28 minutes. Bring stuff to keep you warm/dry in the British weather and something to sit on. Please do not bring a tent. Doors open 30 minutes before the start time. The film starts when it gets dark.
"Brilliantly written and unfathomably cool."