Film Fatale, Dublin's most glamorous film event, will celebrate its first birthday in true style on Friday, 17 February, with a screening of Audrey Hepburn's most iconic film, Breakfast at Tiffany's, in a themed night at The Sugar Club Dublin.
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 film, vintage music, cocktails, dancing and good old-fashioned fun.
Movie lovers will be treated to live music including Henri Mancini’s unforgettable ‘Moon River’ from the film, while a screening of Blake Edward’s classic romantic comedy will be followed by a party, á la Golightly, with 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 dressing up in their vintage finest, paying homage to the high fashion and mod style of the film, emulating Audrey Hepburn or one of her many dashing suitors.
Was there ever so elegant a heroine as Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly? Her charm and sparkle have touched audiences for over half a century. The deliciously eccentric New York city playgirl is determined to marry a Brazilian millionaire but her long-suffering neighbour George Peppard has other plans.
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 love stories unfold, before dancing the night away as if you were a guest at one of Holly Golightly’s distinguished parties.
Tickets €15 are available at Entertainment.ie . Doors from 8.30pm. After-party from 11.30pm with tickets at the door (€5)