The Brighton Film Party Society presents...

A TARANTINO PARTY

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND  

10PM TIL LATE

AT THE HAUNT BRIGHTON

A fully immersive themed party experience. Get ready to enter the world of Quentin Tarantino.

                                                                   

Tickets are strictly limited - so get yours NOW!

                                                                   

                                                                                                                                                                                               

                                                                                                                                                                                               

Do you know what they call a Tarantino Party in France?

No?

Neither do we because we don't speak french but HERE IT IS - the long awaited Brighton Film Party Society production of A TARANTINO PARTY!

                                                                                                                                                                                               

Feat. a Fully Immersive Venue Dressed to Represent the Films of Quentin Tarantino / Costume Contest / The World Famous Jack Rabbit Slim's Twist Contest / K-Billy's Super Sounds of the 70s DJ's Playing Tarantino Soundtracks / Dancing / Themed Drinks / Giveaways / Plus a Whole Host of Tarantino Themed Surprises.

Following our  infamous Wes Anderson, Twin Peaks, Big Lebowksi, Blade Runner, & Pro Wrestling themed events... The Brighton Film Party Society presents it's most exciting party yet! 

 

Paying tribute to the universe of Quentin Tarantino, get ready for a full evening centered around the worlds of Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2, Death Proof, Inglorious Basterds, Django Unchained, The Hateful Eight (with nods to likes of True Romance, Natural Born Killers, Four Rooms, From Dusk Til Dawn, Sin City & Planet Terror)  

 

In a venue dressed from top to bottom in props & decor bringing to life your favourite Quentin movies & playing nothing but the classic sounds of Tarantino soundtracks accompanied by a special selection by the DJ team from K-Billy's Super Sounds of the 70s this is your chance to drink, dance & dress Tarantino style.

Dressing up is not mandatory but we will be offering prizes on the night for the best dressed as part of the costume contest, as well as giveaways for all, and you get your chance to take home a trophy at the world famous Jack Rabbit Slim's Twist contest! If you haven't been to one of our infamous parties before we suggest you check out the pics and videos of our previous parties HERE so you can see why we throw a party unlike any other in Brighton!

So whether you are thinking of coming as Mia Wallace (adrenaline shots provided at the bar), sporting the evil nurse vibes of Elle Driver, the backwards Kangol of Ordell Robbie, teaming a racing jacket with a pronounced facial scar as Stuntman Mike, the lipstick, red dress & black veil of the Nazi burnin' Shoshanna, the sartorial blue velvet splendour of a newly freed Django, the homicidal blood splattered winter wardrobe of Daisy Domergue, or just the simple black suit and sociopathic style of Mr Blonde (we wouldn't want to be stuck in the middle with you) this is a very special one time only event not to be missed (obscure costume choices are encouraged)!

TICKETS ARE STRICTLY LIMITED… SO GET YOURS NOW, "THAT'S A BINGO"!

PLEASE NOTE: This is not a film screening, it's a party. Please take a look a our previous event videos and photos on the home page of this website to get an idea of what kind of events we run if you haven't visited one before. It is an over 18s event only. Dressing up is not essential, you can easily enjoy the evening without a costume or feeling the odd one out. Please do not bring any potentially dangerous weapons as part of your costume (only bring prop weapons made of light materials i.e. plastic, cardboard etc.). We also ask attendees not to dress in a way that might offend others such as "blacking up" to make yourself look more like Samuel  L. Jackson, on the other hand dressing as a Nazi is totally fine.

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