‘Psycho’ & Film Fatale Swingin’ Sixties

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Film Fatale are screening Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho on Saturday 18th October.

The Film Fatale Swingin’ Sixties party will follow the screening, where you can do the Twist to the live band, go-go dance to legendary 1960s-esque DJ Dandelion and DJs The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers, who will be playing music from the film’s era.

The audience is invited to help set the scene by dressing up in their vintage finest, paying homage to 1960s or mirroring the famed sartorial style of Hitchcock’s heroines. Film Fatale will set the scene with a mini recreation of the 1960s in The Sugar Club side bar — a perfect chill-out room where you can step away from the busy dance floor and sit back with your 1960s bespoke cocktail designed especially for the night.

Tickets to Psycho €15/€16 are available at http://entertainment.ie/tickets. Doors 8pm. Swinging Sixties Vintage after-party from 11pm with tickets €7 on the door.

For more information see https://www.facebook.com/filmfataleevents or www.filmfataleevents.com

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Film Fatale presents: It’s a Wonderful Life

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Deck the halls, rock around the Christmas tree and celebrate the festive season the good old fashioned way with Film Fatale.

On Saturday 7 December, Film Fatale will celebrate Christmas in vintage style with a screening of the world’s most beloved classic Christmas movie, It’s a Wonderful Life, followed by a night of vintage fashion, retro music, Christmas cocktails and good old-fashioned fun, in The Sugar Club, Dublin.

Get in the festive mood by dressing up your most dashing suit or glittering vintage Christmas ensemble for a screening of It’s a wonderful life. Then celebrate by swing-dancing to the jazz-tastic Jaime Nanci and The Blue Boys playing your Film Fatale favourites and modern songs with a vintage twist, and jitterbug to DJs The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers favourite dancefloor fillers from the 1920s to the 70s. Drink bespoke vintage cocktails, join in the conga line or simply chill out in The Christmas cabin (The Sugar Club’s newly decorated side bar).

Capra’s classic bittersweet comedy/drama Christmas classic has the power to melt the coldest heart. James Stewart stars as George Bailey the eternally-in-debt guiding force of a bank in the typical American small town of Bedford Falls. Bailey considers himself a failure, never having left his small town despite his yearning to see the world and sacrificed his personal ambitions for the sake of his family and the local community, settling down to marry his childhood sweetheart, Mary (Donna Reed), and raise a family.

On Christmas Eve, 1946, a huge amount of money goes missing from the savings and loans company that he works for, he panics and finds himself preparing to commit suicide. However, he is shown the error of this idea by Clarence (Henry Travers), an angel who has been sent to Earth in order to earn his wings.

 

Tickets to It’s a Wonderful Life €15 are available at http://entertainment.ie/tickets. Doors 8pm, screening 9pm. Vintage Christmas after-party from 11pm with tickets €5 on the door. For more information see https://www.facebook.com/filmfataleevents

 

Also screening:

Film Fatale presents: The Big Sleep, screening and film noir vintage party, 8pm November 23rd, The Sugar Club

The Producers presents: Die Hard, 8pm December 10th, The Sugar Club

The Producers presents: Scrooged, 8.30pm December 16th, The Sugar Club

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Film Fatale’s Annual Film Noir Party presents: The Big Sleep

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Men, don your mac and fedora. Ladies, daub that carmine lipstick. It’s time to step out of the shadows for a night of murder, mystery and intrigue as Film Fatale presents The Big Sleep.

On Saturday 23 November, Film Fatale will take you to the 1940s for a night of film, femme fatales, detectives, cocktails, vintage music and the silver screen’s favourite couple Bogey and Bacall.

Come dressed as a hard-boiled detective or strut your stuff as a femme fatale. Whatever you choose, we want you to come vintage.

The Big Sleep, based on Raymond Chandler’s classic noir novel, stars Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall as a hard-boiled LA private eye and a rich heiress who become embroiled in a blackmail case. The trail leads to murderers, spoiled millionaires, nightclub rogues and pornographers.

The film is as salty as a dirty martini. The dialogue as snappy as Bacall’s garter belt. Bogey and Bacall simply sizzle on screen together.

The screening of this classic Howard Hawk film will be followed by a 1940s noir-themed party mirroring the style of the film with live performances and Film Fatale’s resident DJs, The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers who will be playing music from the era with a sexy noir twist.

Tickets to The Big Sleep €14/€15 are available at http://entertainment.ie/tickets. Doors  8pm, screening 9pm. Vintage after-party from 11pm with tickets €5 on the door.

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‘Back to the Future’ and The Enchantment Under the Sea Dance


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Film Fatale and The Producers are teaming up to transform Dublin’s Sugar Club into the fabulous and famous Enchantment Under The Sea Dance from the beloved 1980s film classic Back to the Future on Saturday 21 September.

Be transported back to one of cinema’s most famous school dance and relive the 1950s Hill Valley High School Prom by drinking punch and swing-dancing to Jaime Nanci and The Blues Boys, who are stepping in for Marvin and The Starlighters to play Johnny B Goode and other hits from the movie.

They will be followed by Dublin’s best retro DJs The Andrews Sisters Brothers who will be playing hits from the film’s many eras. Let the flux capacitor go into overdrive and party like it’s 1955 and 1985.

Help set the scene by dressing up for the 1950s or a 1980s school dance and travel back in time for an unmissable night.

To prepare you for cinema’s most famous nautical dance, The Producers will be screening Back to The Future on Wednesday September 18th in The Sugar Club. Please note that the Saturday 21st screening of Back to The Future is sold out and the Wednesday 18th screening is the only opportunity to catch Back to the Future on the big screen in advance of The Enchantment Under The Sea Dance.

Tickets to Back to The Future on Wednesday 18th €6/€7 are available at http://entertainment.ie/tickets. Doors 8pm, screening 8.30pm. Tickets for Enchantment Under The Sea on Saturday 21 September are €5 available on the door only from 10.30pm

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Film Fatale present ‘Funny Face’

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On Saturday 27 July, Film Fatale will celebrate the summer in style with a screening of Audrey Hepburn in Stanley Donen’s classic musical, romcom Funny Face. This night of cinema nostalgia and old–style Hollywood glamour will transport the audience back to a 1950s summer for a night of film, vintage music, cocktails and dancing.

The screening, which will be Film Fatale’s last event until late Autumn, will be followed by a 1950s after-party with a live performance from retro maestros Jaime Nanci and The Blue Boys who will be playing songs inspired by the film and modern songs with a vintage twist. This will be followed by Film Fatale’s resident DJs, The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers who will play music from the era. The audience is invited to help set the scene by dressing up in their vintage finest, paying homage to the 1950s or mirroring the characters of Hepburn and Astaire.

The utterly charming and entertaining film version of George Gershwin Broadway musical Funny Face stars original star, Fred Astaire as fashion photographer Dick Avery. Dick has been sent out by his boss Maggie Prescott (Kay Thompson) to find a “new face” one unlike all the current models, a girl who has grace, elegance, pizzazz, character, spirit, and intelligence. He finds all these and more in Greenwich Village bookstore worker Jo, a never lovelier Audrey Hepburn who is more interested in intellectual pursuits than being a model.

Won over by the chance to meet a famed Parisian professor, she joins him in Paris where music, romance and a comedy of errors ensue. With famed songs like “S’wonderful”, Funny Face was also made famous by Audrey Hepburn’s jazz club dance made famous again when Gap brought it back to our televisions for a recent commercial.

Sit back in the sumptuous surroundings of the Sugar Club, enjoy a classic signature cocktail designed especially for the night, have the Film Fatale usherettes serve you popcorn while watching Audrey Hepburn express herself through dance before following in her footsteps and dancing the night away 1950s style.

Tickets €14/€15 are available at http://entertainment.ie/tickets. Doors open at 8pm. After-party from 11pm with tickets at the door (€5)

For more information see http://filmfataleevents.blogspot.com or www.facebook.com/filmfataleevents.

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Film Fatale present: Bonnie & Clyde

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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/tickets) from April 2nd

 

Dirty 30s Vintage party from 11pm on April 13th with tickets at the door (€5)

 

For more information see http://filmfataleevents.blogspot.com or www.facebook.com/filmfataleevents

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Film Fatale celebrates wartime heroes and sweethearts with ‘Casablanca’

On Saturday 8th December, Film Fatale, Ireland’s most glamorous film event, will close the year in style with a screening of the world’s most beloved war-time drama, Casablanca.

This will be a night of cinema nostalgia and old–style Hollywood glamour that will transport the audience back to the 1940s wartime for a night of film, vintage fashion, music and good old-fashioned fun.

The screening of Casablanca will be followed by a 1940s wartime heroes and sweethearts dance with the forties harmony trio The Bugle Babes. Film Fatales’s resident DJs, the Andrews Sisters’ Brothers, will follow with dance floor fillers from the 20s to 60s.

The audience is invited to help set the scene by dressing up in their vintage finest, paying homage to 1940s wartime heroes and sweethearts or mirroring the stars of the film. Film Fatale will be setting the scene by creating a Moroccan bar in The Sugar Club — a perfect chill-out room where you can step away from the busy dance floor and sit back with your 1940s bespoke cocktail designed especially for the night.

We all know the story of Casablanca. Boy meets girl, girl leaves boy and several years later she walks into his gin joint in WWII Morocco Iooking for safe transport out for herself and her resistance leader husband.

With the Nazis hot on their trail, her only hope is her old love. Humphrey Bogart stars as Rick Blaine an American expatriate and war profiteer who runs Rick’s Cafe. Ingrid Bergman stars as Ilsa a woman torn between an old love and her heroic husband Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid). All give outstanding performances and do justice to some of the finest dialogue in movie history.

Join in with the battle of the national anthems and get swept up by the greatest romance of all time. Casablanca is an ageless film that gets better with every viewing and there is no better way to watch it than with a cocktail in our own version of Rick’s Bar.

Tickets €15 are available at Entertainment.ie (http://entertainment.ie/tickets).
Doors from 8pm.

Wartime heroes and sweethearts dance featuring The Bugle Babes from 11pm with tickets at the door (€5)

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North West Film and Music Fest presents ‘Some Like it Hot’ Film Fatale Night at The Model, Sligo

Film Fatale, Ireland’s most glamorous film event, comes to Sligo’s North West Film and Music Fest for a screening of one of the world’s most beloved comedies, Some Like it Hot. This event will take place at The Model on Friday the 16th of November at 7.30pm with the after party commencing at 11pm.

The evening comprises of a movie screening of Some Like it Hot, a live performance and an after party with ushers, cocktails and DJ’s. This will be a night of cinema nostalgia and old–style Hollywood glamour that will transport the audience back to the 1920’s.

Opening the festivities, chanteuse Derby Browne will reprise her role from 2010’s National Concert Hall show ‘Let’s Make Love’ for a Marilyn-inspired tribute. The screening will be followed by a 1920’s party mirroring the film’s setting with Film Fatale’s resident DJs, The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers, playing hits from the era and dance floor fillers from the 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. The audience is invited to help set the scene by dressing up in their vintage finest, paying homage to the 1920’s.

Sit back; enjoy a classic signature cocktail designed especially for the night, as the Film Fatale usherettes serve you popcorn while watching Billy Wilders most side-splitting comedy. Then dance the night away to ‘ I Want to be Loved by You’.
Doors 7.30pm
Event 8pm
Tickets €14/€5 for after party
After-party from 11pm; Tickets €5 on the door 

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Film Fatale celebrates the sixties with Billy Wilder’s ‘The Apartment’

On Saturday 3rd November, Film Fatale, Ireland’s most glamorous film event, will celebrate the 1960s with a screening of Billy Wilder’s classic comedy/drama, The Apartment. This will be a night of cinema nostalgia and old–style Hollywood glamour that will transport the audience back to the 1960s for a night of film, vintage music, cocktails and dancing.

 

Chanteuse Derby Brown will kick off the evening with songs from the sixties era. The screening of The Apartment will then be followed by a 1960s Mad Men-esque party with Film Fatale’s resident DJs, The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers, who will play retro-dancefloor hits.

 

The audience is invited to help set the scene by dressing up in their vintage finest, paying homage to 1960s or mirroring the stars of the film. Film Fatale will be setting the scene by creating a 1960s apartment in The Sugar Club — a perfect chill-out room where you can step away from the busy dance floor and sit back with your 1960s bespoke cocktail designed especially for the night.

 

Set during the same era as Mad Men, C. C. Baxter (the always hilarious Jack Lemmon) is an office clerk working in a busy Manhattan skyscraper. Finding it hard to get ahead in business, he put himself in his bosses’ favour by lending out his apartment for their extra-curricular affairs. Among these is his callous boss J.D. Sheldrake, whose wooing of Miss Kubelik (the quick-witted Shirley MacLaine), the fetching elevator operator who Baxter is pining over. Nominated for 10 Academy Awards, and winning five including Best Picture, The Apartment sparkles with charm, snappy dialogue and heartfelt humour.

 

Sit back in the sumptuous Sugar Club, have the Film Fatale usherettes serve you popcorn while watching one of the greatest comedies unfold. Then dance the night away to the sounds of the sixties.

 

Tickets €15 are available at Entertainment.ie (http://entertainment.ie/tickets).

Doors from 8pm.

 

Sixties party from 11pm with tickets at the door (€5)

 

For more information see http://filmfataleevents.blogspot.com or www.facebook.com/filmfataleevents.

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Film Fatale presents the classic 1950s film noir ‘Sunset Boulevard’

 

A screening of Billy Wilder’s Sunset Boulevard will be followed by a 1950s noir-themed party mirroring the style of the film with live performance from Miss Truly DiVine, who will be singing sultry soulful songs of the fifties, and Film Fatale’s resident DJs, The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers, who will be playing music from the era with a sexy noir twist.

 

The audience is invited to help set the scene by dressing up as femme fatales and detectives, in their vintage finest, paying homage to 1950s noir style or mirroring the characters from the film.

 

Sunset Boulevard Wilder’s classic noir, is both a stunning satire on Hollywood and dark brew of lust and larceny. It stars William Holden and Gloria Swanson as a struggling screenwriter and a long forgotten silent film star. Framed in flashback, William Holden’s Joe Gillis narrates the story of how he becomes forgotten film star Norma Desmond’s kept man, how she draws him into her fantasy world where she makes her triumphant return to the screen with him by her side and the events leading up to his own murder.

 

Sit back in the sumptuous surroundings of the Sugar Club, enjoy a classic signature cocktail designed especially for the night, have the Film Fatale usherettes serve you popcorn while watching one of the greatest film noirs unfold. Then dance the night away as detectives and femme fatales.

 

Tickets €15 are available at Entertainment.ie (http://entertainment.ie/tickets).

Doors from 8pm.

 

Film Noir party from 11pm with tickets at the door (€5)

 

For more information see http://filmfataleevents.blogspot.com or www.facebook.com/filmfataleevents.

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Film Fatale celebrates screen siren Marilyn Monroe with ‘Some Like it Hot’

This August marks 50 years since the passing of one Hollywood’s most iconic stars, Marilyn Monroe. To celebrate the silver screen’s most famous platinum blonde, Film Fatale, Ireland’s most glamourous film event, will screen Marilyn in her most sizzling role — as Sugar Kane in Some Like it Hot. This will be a night of cinema nostalgia and old–style Hollywood glamour that will transport the audience back to 1950s Hollywood for an evening of film, vintage music, cocktails and dancing.


Screenings will take place in Dublin’s The Sugar Club on 11 August, while 25 August sees the launch of Film Fatale in the Half Moon Theatre in Cork.


Opening the festivities, chanteuse Derby Browne will reprise her role from 2010s National Concert Hall show ‘Let’s Make Love’ for a Marilyn-inspired tribute. The show will include songs from Some Like it Hot, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, There’s No Business Like Show Business and Let’s Make Love, alongside Marilyn’s famous rendition of ‘Happy Birthday Mr President’.


The screening of Billy Wilder’s hilarious comedy will be followed by a 1950s party mirroring Hollywood’s greatest decade with Film Fatale’s resident DJs, The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers, playing hits from the era. The audience is invited to help set the scene by dressing up in their vintage finest, paying homage to the 1950s or dressing like Marilyn and her co-stars Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon.


One of Hollywood’s most treasured classics and the American Film Institute’s number one in its list of America’s 100 Funniest Movies, ‘Some Like It Hot’ stars Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon as Chicago musicians who accidentally witness a gangland shooting and quickly board a southbound train to Florida, disguised as Josephine and Daphne. The two then become the newest and homeliest members of an all-girl jazz band, which includes a never-better Marilyn Monroe. While Curtis falls for Monroe and creates another alias to woo her, Lemmon gets stuck fending off the affections of millionaire Osgood Fielding III.  Marilyn Monroe’s charm, perfectly matched by the pairing of Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon’s comic duo, makes Some Like It Hot Billy Wilder’s most sizzling comedy.


With her famous humour and charm, Marilyn transcended the dumb blonde image that made her famous to become not only an icon of Hollywood glamour but one of its greatest actresses. According to Film Fatale producer Anna Taylor, “Film Fatale is about celebrating the glamour and old-fashioned fun of classic Hollywood films and their stars. Marilyn is the epitome of glamour but it was her playful sense of humour that made her so loveable. We’re delighted to be celebrating a true Hollywood star and that Some Like it Hot will launch Film Fatale Cork”. 


Saturday the 11th of August at 8pm, The Sugar Club, 8 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2.

Saturday the 25th of August at 8pm, Half Moon Theatre, Cork Opera House, Emmet Place, Cork.

Tickets €15 Dublin/ €14 Cork available at Entertainment.ie/tickets. After-party from 11pm with tickets at the door (€5). 

For more information please see filmfataleevents.blogspot.com or facebook.com/filmfataleevents.           

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Film Fatale, Dublin’s most original and fun-filled night out, for lovers of film and all things vintage

On Saturday the 9th June, Film Fatale will screen cinema legends, Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart in the hilarious comedy of manners The Philadelphia Story in The Sugar Club, Dublin. This screening of George Cukor’s sophisticated screwball comedy will be followed by a 1940s swing dance.

 

The Film Fatale audience will be treated to a performance from  The Bugle Babes — Ireland’s own version of the 1940s chart toppers the Andrews Sisters. Followed by resident DJs, The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers who will have the dance floor swinging and jiving to 40’s, 50’s, big band, jazz and other retro gems.

 

The greatest screwball comedy of the 1940s, The Philadelphia Story is a tale of sex, class, bad manners and media intrusion. It features Katherine Hepburn who plays a socialite divorcée caught between flawed ex-husband Cary Grant and a respectable but somehow unsuitable fiancé (John Howard). Throw disgruntled novelist-reporter Jimmy Stewart and his colleague and special lady-friend (Ruth Hussey) into the mix, add a few too many bottles of champagne on the eve of the wedding and you have the makings of a great comic calamity.

 

This night of cinema nostalgia and old–style Hollywood sophistication will transport the audience back to the golden age of 1940s Hollywood for a night of film, vintage fashion, dancing and good old-fashioned fun.

 

Doors from 8pm

Tickets €15 are available from Entertainment.ie/tickets

1940s Swing Dance from 11pm with tickets at the door (€5)

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Film Fatale Presents: The Philadelphia Story


Movie lovers, put on your glad rags and step back in time to a nostalgic Saturday night at the movies where you will immerse yourself in the world of your favourite classic films.
On Saturday the 9th June, Film Fatale will screen cinema legends, Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart in the hilarious comedy of manners The Philadelphia Story in The Sugar Club, Dublin.

This screening of George Cukor’s sophisticated screwball comedy will be followed by a 1940s swing dance with live performances from The Bugle Babes — Ireland’s own version of the 1940s chart toppers the Andrews Sisters. While Film Fatale’s resident DJs, The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers will play music from the film’s era.

The audience is invited to help set the scene by dressing in their vintage finest, paying homage to 1940s glamour or emulating the characters from the film.

The greatest screwball comedy of the 1940s, The Philadelphia Story is a tale of sex, class, bad manners and media intrusion. It features Katherine Hepburn who plays a socialite divorcée caught between flawed ex-husband Cary Grant and a respectable but somehow unsuitable fiancé (John Howard). Throw disgruntled novelist-reporter Jimmy Stewart and his colleague and special lady-friend (Ruth Hussey) into the mix, add a few too many bottles of champagne on the eve of the wedding and you have the makings of a great comic calamity.

This night of cinema nostalgia and old–style Hollywood sophistication will transport the audience back to the golden age of 1940s Hollywood for a night of film, vintage fashion, dancing and good old-fashioned fun.

Tickets €15 are available at Entertainment.ie (http://entertainment.ie/tickets).
Doors from 8pm.

1940s swing dance from 11pm with tickets at the door (€5)

For more information see http://filmfataleevents.blogspot.com or www.facebook.com/filmfataleevents.

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Film Fatale presents: All About Eve

 

On Saturday the 5th May, Film Fatale — Dublin’s most glamorous film event — will screen Bette Davis’ finest performance in the superb All About Eve in The Sugar Club, Dublin.

This night of cinema nostalgia and old–style Hollywood sophistication will transport the audience back to the 1950s for a night of film, vintage fashion, dancing and good old-fashioned fun.

A screening of  Joseph L Mankiewicz’s Oscar-winning drama will be followed by an elegant 1950s ball mirroring the film’s award ceremony with live performances, while Film Fatale’s resident DJs, The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers, will play music from the film’s era. The audience is invited to help set the scene by dressing in their vintage finest, paying homage to 1950s glamour or emulating the characters from the film.

Tickets €15 will be available at Entertainment.ie (http://entertainment.ie/tickets).

Doors from 8pm.

1950s Ball from 11pm with tickets at the door (€5)

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Film Fatale celebrate Its First Birthday

Film Fatale will celebrate its first birthday in true style on Friday, 17 February, with a Breakfast at Tiffany’s-themed party at Dublin’s Sugar Club.

The screening of the iconic Audrey Hepburn film is already sold out, but you can still join in the party á la Golightly, which kicks off at 11.30pm with a performance from Holly and the Mean Reds, followed by Film Fatale’s resident DJs, The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers, who will play an exclusive set inspired by the movie.

The audience is invited to help set the scene by putting on their glad rags, dressing up in their vintage finest, paying homage to the high fashion and mod style of the film or emulating Audrey Hepburn or one of her many party guests.

This night of cinema nostalgia and old-style Hollywood glamour will transport the audience back to the era of cinema’s most iconic party girl, Holly Golightly, for a night of vintage music, cocktails, dancing and good old-fashioned fun.

Film Fatale’s 1st birthday party takes place on Friday, 17th February from 11.30pm in The Sugar Club, 8 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2. Tickets €5 on the door.

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Film Fatale: classic films at the Sugar Club

Film Fatale is a new bi-monthly film event that transports the audience back to the golden age of cinema. Screening a number of classic films in the Sugar Club, this night of cinema nostalgia and old-style Hollywood glamour will mirror the style of the films being screened.

Opening Film Fatale’s 2011 season is Billy Wilder’s comedy, Some Like It Hot, starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon. After the screening, a themed after-party will include a live performance by singer Sugar Kane and DJs playing hits from the movie and the era.

The audience is invited to take part in setting the scene by dressing up in  their vintage finest for the event. Themed cocktails will be specially prepared for all the Sugar Kane, Daphne and Josephine lookalikes.

The event will take place on 5th February at 8pm in the Sugar Club, 8 Lower Leeson St., Dublin 2. Tickets are on sale now www.tickets.ie for €13.50.

For more details on Film Fatale visit  facebook.com/filmfataleevents or http://filmfataleevents.blogspot.com/

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