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SOLD OUT - When Harry Met Sally [1989] 15

I’ll have what she’s having.

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Thursday 17th July

Doors: 8:00 pm

Screening: 9:15 pm

£15 - £23

Join us at Grosvenor's Summer in the Square festival and the very first year of the Grosvenor Film Festival in association with Chesterton Humberts.

Sometimes romance blossoms when a boy meets a girl, their eyes meet across a crowded room, a thunderbolt strikes and it’s happily ever after...but sometimes a girl agrees to give a boy a ride across the country and instantly regrets it because she finds the boy to be cynical, chauvinistic and arrogant. The boy feels an equal despair at the long haul drive as he finds the girl uptight, precious and naïve.

Catapulting its stars, Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal to the stratosphere of comedic deities in possibly the most [re-]watchable comic gem to emerge from the 1980’s… and well… ever really. Co-starring the delectable Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia, of course!) and Crystal’s long-time collaborator Bruno Kirby. Even though it's been over twenty years since Harry first informed Sally, quite categorically, that men and women can’t be friends, it’s still as much in question now as it has ever been...

Cubitt House, responsible for perennially popular restaurants including The Thomas Cubitt (Elizabeth Street) and The Grazing Goat (Marble Arch) will be on site from 8pm, serving up top gastro-pub food, popcorn and a selection of drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) from a Vintage Citroen H Van.

“You take someone to the airport, it’s clearly the beginning of the relationship. That’s why I have never taken anyone to the airport at the beginning of a relationship”

Please note: screenings at Grosvenor Square are silent with wi-fi headsets.

Full disabled access available

Hot and cold drinks available [including alcohol]

Hot and cold food available

Outdoor pop-up event [no tables or chairs permitted]

Picnics [with alcohol] permitted

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