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Backyard Cinema: The Last Chapel

Backyard Cinema: The Last Chapel

Backyard Cinema is back with its immersive ode to Quentin Tarantino

22 March 2017 - 9 April 2017 | Visit website

Following the huge success of their Winter Night Garden and the dramatic and beautiful spectacle of their famous Romeo + Juliet screenings, Secret Cinema are back with The Last Chapel, a Tarantino inspired season.

Dust off your Hattori Hanzo sword and bring your favourite honey bunny for an excursion to the abandoned chapel deep in the Nevada Desert (Borough SE1 to be precise) to enjoy this immersive cinema experience celebrating everything Tarantino inspired. 

From the comfort of your giant beanbag with a craft beer or themed cocktail in hand, enjoy all the cult Tarantino films you'd expect including Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction, to classics such as Leon and The Shawshank Redemption. The Last Chapel promises to deliver a darkly theatrical, action-packed line up of brilliant blockbusters. 

 

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