Sunday, 14 July 2013

Cinnamon Kitchen & Picturehouse Cinema Screenings with Food near Liverpool Street

Cinnamon Kitchen & Picturehouse Cinemas celebrate 100 years of Indian film with two nights showing The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Life of Pi on a big screen with cocktails, canapes and 'bowl food' at their restaurant near Liverpool Street, on Friday 26th & Saturday 27th July.

"2013 marks the centenary of Indian film, one of the most creative film industries in the world! To mark this historic occasion, we are rolling out the red carpet and celebrating with a weekend of fabulous film screenings and fantastic food. Cinnamon Kitchen has teamed up with Picturehouse cinemas, converting our terrace into London’s most exciting outdoor screens. Our covered outdoor terrace means that come rain or shine this is one cinematic pop-up that the weather can’t dampen!
The evening will commence at 7.30pm on the upper terrace with a welcome Little Bit Corny cocktail – popcorn infused rum, with home-made spiced bitters and cola, garnished with a cola bottle – and canapés such as roasted tilapia with mustard and coconut; lamb mince kebab wrapped in roomali roti; stir fry chicken with garlic and red chillies; and tangy potato in semolina shell. Food-and-film fanatics will then enjoy plates of clove-smoked salmon with coconut and ginger, old Delhi-style chicken curry with pilau rice and stir-fried baby aubergines with kadhai spices – served in bowls and designed to share. Additional refreshments are available to buy once seated on the lower terrace and the film begins at 9.15pm – including cocktails served in cinema-style plastic cups and bags of popcorn with a chilli kick."

When - Arrival 7.30pm and film screening at 9.15pm on each night
Friday 26th July - The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – Starring at top notch cast including Judi Dench, Dev Patel & Bill Nighy this sweet yet amusing film sees a group of English pensioners embark on a new adventure in India with some unlikely outcomes!
Saturday 27th July - Life of Pi – A visually stunning film directed by Ang Lee. The story starts in Pondicherry, India and follows the fight for survival of a young boy and a vicious tiger who hurled together after a terrible storm.

Where - Cinnamon Kitchen, 9 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YL

Tickets - Tickets are priced at £35 per person, including film ticket, cocktail, canapés and bowl food, from 0207 626 5000 or email


Link - Cinnamon Kitchen

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