This is an excellent idea! Sugarhouse Studios in Stratford has a regular Sunday night Supper Club where you pay £15 for a two course dinner, and then get a mystery film. Future nights include Fish Supper (20th), Hungarian Feast (27th) and Italian Feast (3rd)
"An island formed by roads and waterways just south of the Olympic Park, the Sugar House Lane area is undergoing rapid physical and economic change. Adjacent to Three Mills Film Studios and for over a century a centre of making, manufacture and industry, large swathes of the area are currently in suspended animation, awaiting large-scale redevelopment as a new developer-led residential and business neighbourhood.
Sugarhouse Studios is on the north edge of the island, occupying an abandoned sign-writers workshop scheduled for demolition at some point in 2013. In the months before it joins many of its formers neighbours as rubble-awaiting-development, it will host a programme of cinema, music, food and drink in celebration of the area’s complex histories and in investigation of its mirad of possible futures. Along side the event space, there will be a workshop for small scale making and design and a cafe and bar, open seven days a week.
The first season, which runs up to mid-june includes a programme of film and discussion looking at gritty and glamourous edges of East End, curated by Phil Ilson, a Midnight Movies programme of fading Americana classics, and a sunday cinema and supper club featuring resident chef Laura Marten alongside guest chefs from the area.
Sugarhouse Studios was converted and is run by Assemble, and is supported by London Legacy Development Corporation."
When - Every Sunday; bar opens at 6, food at 7pm for 7.30.
Where - Sugarhouse Studios, 107 High Street, Stratford, E15 2QQ
Link - Sugarhouse Studios