The Governator is back in The Sugar Club on June 30th for The Producers’ 25th birthday screening of Total Recall.
Quaid, a 2084 construction worker, is haunted by dreams of Mars in this crowd-pleasing science fiction spectacle. Against the wishes of his sexy blonde wife (Sharon Stone), Quaid goes to Rekall, a company that implants artificial memories, so he can “remember” visiting the red planet that is now being settled by human inhabitants. However, Quaid is actually an amnesiac secret agent from Mars — or is he?
Join The Producers for this non-stop explosive action/sci-fi- spectacle with a night of beer, pizza, complimentary birthday cake, exploding heads, three-boobed mutants and Arnie one-liners — “Get your ass to Mars!”
Tickets to Total Recall €7.00/€8.00 at www.eventbrite.ie
Doors 7.30pm, screening 8.30pm.
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
The Producers presents: Cinema Paradiso, a celebration of youth, friendship, and the everlasting magic of the movies.
Cinema Paradiso, the much-loved Italian film about movie lovers Alfredo and Toto in a small-town Italian cinema, is 25 years old. To celebrate, The Producers will be screening the film in The Sugar Club on Tuesday 12th March where cinema-goers can live the film up Italian style and feast on pizza and wine.
This Academy Award winning film is a heart-tugging and affectionate drama about a childhood spent in a small Italian cinema set to a beautiful score by legendary composer Ennio Morricone.
Director Giuseppe Tornatore transports us to the grim days of post World War II Italy, where the Paradiso brings the community of a small town together and offers them laughter and a world outside their own troubles. This magical cinema bonds projectionist Alfredo and his young protégé Toto, who grows up under the beaming lights of the cinema projector, falling in love with films and a beautiful local girl.
Enjoy pizza and wine in the sumptuous surroundings of The Sugar Club while the cinema usherettes serve Italian treats, as you take a trip back to the golden days of cinema.
Tickets €7/€8 available at Entertainment.ie (http://entertainment.ie/tickets).
Doors from 8pm.
For more information see http://www.facebook.com/TheProducersPresents?fref=ts
Sex. Clothes. Popularity. Whatever.
Put on your best plaid ensemble and haul ass to the Sugar Club on Wednesday, 3rd October to roll with the homies for a screening of the 1990s’ quintessential teen flick, Clueless.
When Jane Austen wrote her 1816 novel Emma, she never imagined it like this! Clueless is Emma reworked for the nineties into a fresh and satirical look at ultra-rich teenagers in a Beverly Hills high school.
Join Cher (Alicia Silverstone) and Dionne (Stacey Dash), both named after ‘great singers of the past that now do infomercials,’ as they obsess over popularity, party, match-make, learn to drive, give makeovers, shop their way through their existential crises, all the while impeccably dressed in nineties couture.
Come watch the funniest and best-dressed comedy of the nineties — whether you belong with the slackers, the jocks, the nerds, the Persian mafia or the most popular gang in school. Channel your inner 90s teen, answer your sentences with ‘As If’ and ‘Whatever’ and enjoy the film with a Clueless-inspired cocktail and popcorn calorie fest.
Tickets €8/7 are available at Entertainment.ie (http://entertainment.ie/tickets).
Doors from 8pm.