The Room

Cult Cinema Sunday

Wed 8th Aug 2018 // 19:00

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£5.00 (plus BF)

Limited Tickets Remaining


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The Room

Age Restrictions: 18+

Venue:

Fruit

Fruit seated


Event Dates

Wed 8th August

From 19:00:00

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**THIS SCREENING HAS SOLD OUT IN ADVANCE - TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR**


Cult Cinema Sunday: The Room


YOU'RE TEARING ME APART FRUIT! CLOSING WEEK SCREENING.


PLEASE NOTE - THIS SPECIAL SCREENING IS ON A WEDNESDAY WITH ALTERED TIMINGS TO: 19:00 doors, 20:00 film start


2003 | USA | Cert 18 | 99m | Dir: Tommy Wiseau

£5 advance (with free popcorn) / £6 on the door (if tickets remain).

Screening is 18+

Our final screening at the current Fruit as we know and love it, before it closes on Sunday 12 August 2018 for long-term renovation.

THE best audience participation cinema experience you will ever have!

Free spoons and viewers guide for all attending. A Wiseau Films approved screening.

‘The Room’ is a San Francisco-set love triangle involving a banker named Johnny (writer/director/screenwriter/ producer Tommy Wiseau), his friend Mark, and Johnny's fiancée Lisa, who is sleeping with both men.

The film has built up a notorious cult reputation and has audience participation screenings in cinemas around the world still to this day. It truly defines so-bad-it’s good filmmaking, with laugh out loud bad dialogue, acting, direction, and story. There are lengthy, un-erotic sex scenes; all of which clearly make the film that more enjoyable.

Come and see why “the ‘Citizen Kane’ of bad movies“ has audiences throwing plastic spoons at the screen, shouting out to the characters, tossing an American football around and turning up dressed in tuxedos. Be prepared, this film might just change your life. Welcome to the cult of ‘The Room’...

Our range of alt-movie posters on sale at www.cultcinemasunday.bigcartel.com

Putting the Cult in the City of Culture. The original, challenging and just plain cool from the world of cult & genre film - life's too short for bad movies.

The night has the perfect mix of Thieving Harry's food, craft beers, prize raffle, and custom made alternative movie posters.