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Pulp Fiction Outdoor Screening: Whirlow Hall Farm

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"Hamburgers. The corner-stone of any nutritious breakfast." Ain't that the truth.

Astoundingly, it's a whopping twenty-five years since Tarantino's Pulp Fiction was released but its legacy as a cult classic endures. As one of the most iconic experimental films of the 1990s, it continues to dwell in the upper echelons of best movie lists, and quite right too.

Now that summertime is upon us (it was definitely sunny at the time of writing), we can look forward to making the most of the long, warm evenings. On Saturday 10 August from 7pm, Whirlow Hall Farm will be putting on their biggest pop-up cinema event yet with a 1950s-themed screening of this seminal classic.

There'll be burgers, shakes, booze and live music to get you in the jivin' mood before you settle down to enjoy what is undoubtedly one of the coolest films ever committed to celluloid.

Tickets are £14 and you can find them at, and due to the F-word being uttered an impressive 265 times in the film, this event is over-18s only.

Everybody be cool.

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