This time around, guests will be carried away to a cabaret club in 1899 Paris. At Harold Zidler's world-famous house of risqué entertainment, you can expect dancing, singing and absinthe drinking. These events generally don't focus on the actual film screening, but usually there's the option to purchase a film ticket at an additional cost if you want to relive the whole heartbreaking whirlwind of Satine and Christian. The exact details of the event are still scarce, but if you've seen the film 608 times, you'll know what to expect. Fancy dress is, of course, a must.