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Author Topic: Horror Icon Edinburgh Extravaganza  (Read 1399 times)

dvdtrash

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Horror Icon Edinburgh Extravaganza
« on: 18 Jan 2010 - 13:51 »

The Jekyll & Hyde bar (112 Hanover St Edinburgh) and Cult Fiction Movies would like to invite you all to an evening in the company of Mr David Hess, the iconic horror baddie who headlined Wes Craven's debut classic The Last House on the Left.

Unlike last time (where we screened in the Cameo), we're holding this one in the close comfort of the actual Jekyll and Hyde pub! That's right - on SUNDAY MARCH 14TH from 6pm onwards you can come to the pub and watch movies/ eat food from a specially prepared buffet/ drink some nice drink offers/ hang out with David and partake in a special question and answer session. Pub will be open from 6pm - 1am (trying for a 2am extension though!) to TICKET HOLDERS only.

Please note: David will also be playing a set of music, including tracks from The Last House on the Left, which he composed.

Tickets are priced at £6/£5 concessions - for which you can come in, hang out, chat to Mr Hess and maybe even share some beers with the great man (please note: David will also be charging £10 for autographs). The concessionary price is offered to students, members of the Edinburgh B-Team and The Edinburgh Zombie Club. Tickets are available NOW from the following outlets.
The Jekyll & Hyde, Cult Fiction Movies and Ticket Scotland.

And if THAT isn't enough the evening will also host GIOVANNI LOMBARDO RADICE...

Yeah, the iconic star of CANNIBAL FEROX/ HOUSE ON THE EDGE OF THE PARK/ CANNIBAL APOCALYPSE and CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD will also be there, socialising and generally being a pleasant sort.

And what's that? You want MORE for your £5/ 6?

Well we have one more icon to confirm for this dazzling event - expect confirmation soon!

And for Glasgow residents: Fear not, we're hoping to announce something in association with the GFT very soon... (pssst, keep the 12th and 13th of March FREE).

In the meantime Edinburgh residents - fucking get a move on and secure your ticket to an evening of genre legend fun!
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