Put on your glad rags and step back in time for a night of nostalgia and good old-fashioned fun
Dublin’s most glamorous vintage night will celebrate the glamour and the grit of the 1930s with a Bonnie & Clyde Dirty 30s-themed party in The Sugar Club, on Saturday 13 April.
Film Fatale is one of Dublin’s most unique nights out and over the past two years has been host to hundreds of vintage-dressed ladies and besuited gentlemen enjoying the best classic films in the elegant surroundings of the Sugar Club. We have seen them swing-dancing and doing the congo while drinking classic cocktails.
The screening of Bonnie & Clyde is sold out but those who have missed out on tickets can join us in The Sugar Club from 11pm for Dublin’s best vintage party.
Do the jitterbug to Fanny and The Johns who will singing songs from the era, then have a dance marathon to DJs The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers as they play their favourite dance floor hits from the 1920s to the 1960s. Dress up in your vintage finest, pay homage to the glamour and grit of the 1930s or mirror the film’s stars, the beautiful Faye Dunaway and the handsome Warren Beatty.
The next Film Fatale will be paying homage to the 1940s on June 7th when they play the Hitchcock’s suberb thriller/romance Notorious, starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman. Tickets to Notorious will go on sale April 2nd.
Tickets to the screening of Bonnie & Clyde are sold out. Tickets to Notorious €15/€14 will be available at Entertainment.ie (http://entertainment.ie/
Dirty 30s Vintage party from 11pm on April 13th with tickets at the door (€5)