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13 Mar 2015

The Bright Young Things Film Club 0  

Posted in Culture, Film, Nightlife, Parties and Events

Boasting London’s largest private screening room and partnerships with the likes of the British Film Institute and Raindance Film Festival, it is safe to say that film is very much part of The May Fair’s fabric and why we’re delighted to host The Bright Young Things film club.

Started by two film lovers, Bridget and Fatima, the film club celebrates and supports the work of up-and-coming film makers and actors as well creating an event that has the feel of red-carpet glamour, while remaining accessible and fun!

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As well as features hand-picked by the two friends,The Bright Young Things gives attendees the chance to network and mingle with like-minded professionals – many from the film industry – while also indulging in a selection of gourmet snacks and cocktails!

Past events have showcased a diverse range of films and talent, from A Birder’s Guide to Everything, a coming-of-age story staring Sir Ben Kingsley, to The Dog, the real life story of the criminal behind Al Pacino’s Dog Day Afternoon.

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The Bright Young Things has fast become one of London’s hottest film clubs, and tickets to the screening cost £17.50 (plus service charge) and include Vodka coctkails, popcorn, Green & Blacks ice cream and post-event entertainment at The May Fair.

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