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The Village Screen Quarantine Cinema

Free – Netflix subscription required

Join The Village Screen as they spread a little love with their Quarantine Cinema – "an evening of film, feasting and fun in the comfort of your own homes."

First up, on Sunday 29th March, is action-packed drama Thelma & Louise.

Ahead of the film, The Village Screen will provide audiences with exclusive food and drink recipes, created by local street food favourites Proove Pizza, Bueno Burgers and Pinch N' Pull. Resident DJ Jimmy The Gent will be spinning the decks in a live set, and viewers can take part in challenges for the chance to win prizes.

Thelma & Louise can be accessed on Netflix (free trials available for those who don't have an account).

See the Facebook event for further information.

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