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Breakfast At Tiffany's (1961) PG

It's useful being top banana in the shock department.

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Thursday 22nd November

Doors: 5:30 pm

Screening: 6:30 pm

£15 includes seat and mulled wine!

Celebrate the turning on of Hatton Garden's festive lights with us with an inside screening of the classic Breakfast at Tiffanys.

Ahhh, Audrey Hepburn. Hollywood is short on stars like you. You were dazzlingly beautiful, yet somehow never intimidatingly so - and you had a smile that could light up the night.

Join us as we watch our favourite leading lady of cinema struggle to find true love in the city that never sleeps. We'll boo when Mickey Rooney turns up and we'll cheer when George Peppard (Hannibal from the A-Team!) works his magic. We'll sing along to your gentle rendition of Henry Mancini's Moon River and feed CAT when you're out. RIP, lovely Audrey. Timberrr!

Hatton Garden is home to a diverse mix of creative industries - sitting happily alongside the traditional jewellers who have been here more than 100 years. A district is renowned globally for its master craftsman, diamond retailers, suppliers of precious metals, gems and jewels, all interwoven within a vibrant mix of historic streets, iconic buildings, vibrant eateries, creative industries and the characterful Leather Lane Market. Where Leather Lane meets the Clerkenwell Road, enjoy this classic movie in the warmth under cover with a hot drink. As you exit the movie you will be serenaded by a quartet from St Martin-In-The-Fields and will walk out to experience the Christmas lights in their full glory illuminating the streets of Hatton Garden.

Start your Christmas celebrations with us with this bespoke screening to celebrate the jewel in London's crown at the hub of London's jewellery district.

The screening will be a silent screening and will use wi-fi headphones.

Hot and cold drinks available [including alcohol]

Hot and cold food available

Indoor pop-up event [seating provided]

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