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Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Public Enemies Premiere




On Friday 3 July we'll be hosting one of our infamous fancy dress red carpet premieres at The Duke of York's, with the theme, obviously, being 1930s gangsters and flapper girls.

We started this tradition back in 2007 when we hosted a spectacular Simpsons Movie premiere, and then again in 2008 with The Dark Knight. These nights have become the stuff of Brighton legend and we hope this one lives up to its predecessors.

As everyone knows I am giddy with excitement at the release of Public Enemies, and will be seeing the film on the 19th in London. Michael Mann is a personal hero and I am happy to see mainstream success at a big scale finally come his way (fingers crossed).

So book your tickets now!

1 comment:

  1. Aren't Flappers a 1920's phenomenon? They were certainly pre-depression which is when the crime waves started. Sorry to sound boring but it will be really frustrating to see loads of people dressed in 1920s gear for a film set in the 1930s.

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