'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' 70s Costume Party
Before you see Quentin Tarantino's next film, step back in time to the era it's set in.
With his eagerly anticipated latest film, Quentin Tarantino journeys back five decades. On Once Upon a Time in Hollywood's opening night, New Farm Cinemas wants to take you back almost that far. The movie may be set across the summer of 1969; however the venue is throwing a swinging 70s-themed costume party to launch the star-studded flick in retro style.
Whatever retro threads you have in your wardrobe, you'll want to wear them — flares, jumpsuits, maxi dresses, fringed jackets and all. The best outfits will win prizes, and you'll be able to strut your stuff to era-appropriate live music. A drink will be provided upon arrival, while the food menu will showcase a few snacks that were originally served by New Farm Cinemas' predecessor, the Village Twin, all that time ago.
Then, after the shindig, it'll be time for the movie. See Leonardo DiCaprio brighten up the silver screen as western star Rick Dalton, who, with his trusty body double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), is navigating the changing face of Tinseltown. Unless you've actually been living in the 60s and 70s for the past year or so, you'll already know that Margot Robbie pops up as Sharon Tate, while Damon Herriman plays Charles Manson.
Tickets cost $25, with the one-off party happening from 6.30pm on Thursday, August 15. You'll be revelling in the joys of yesteryear for an hour before the film screens at 7.30pm.
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