Film Bingo is back on the 5th February

Just when you thought it was safe to head back to the cask & bottle – film bingo comes back lurching from the depths.

Join us from 7.30 PM on Thursday 5th February for another evening of film-spotting and cash-winning.

Each bingo card costs just £2 and the prize in each of the three games is a marvellous fifty quid. You could probably hire a crusty old captain to take you shark hunting on the river Leam with that.

There will be an exciting selection of appropriately-themed food and cocktails on offer as well, we are reliably informed.

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More FILM BINGO on 27th March

bingo27marchposterOn Thursday 27th March – Don’t miss the 3rd instalment of the new cult game that will reward your film spotting skills with cold hard cash. Plus this time there will be be extra secret bonus prizes for each winner.

Our 3 games will start at 8pm, but bingo cards will be on sale from 7.30, so get down early to grab yours and get a good seat and a beer. The management of The Cask and Bottle will be making more seats available if required.

Once again it will be £2 to play in each game (but you can buy as many tickets as you like). Each ticket will have 9 film names printed on it – using high tech paraphernalia we will transmit randomly selected clips, quotes, music, pictures etc for you to identify. The first person to spot all nine films on their card wins £50 and a little something extra from the heavily guarded LUC prize vault

Eyes down and eyes up – and make sure you shout out the specially chosen film catch-phrase when you win.

LUC pop-up cinema drinking season film 3: Cocktail

CocktailCask1000pxThe third film in our pop-up cinema drinking trilogy is 80’s cheese-fest Cocktail.

Specially chosen by the proprietor of The Cask and Bottle (it is his all-time favourite film) – this exclusive screening will also involve a daring and dashing display of gravity defying cocktail making by the bar staff. They will be throwing bottles all over the place and mixing some very special drinks – just for you.

So join us on Saturday the 29th of March for an evening of fantastic drinks, sage advice from Bryan Brown – and really intense, jaw clenching ‘acting’ from Tom Cruise.

Film action will start at 9pm, but all manner of cocktails will be available to help you warm up earlier in the evening. There is no entry fee, this is a Pay What You Want event – this time there really will be a sparkly cocktail shaker passed round for your generous contributions.

Film Bingo Tonight at The Cask & Bottle

Head over to Leamington’s newest and coolest pub, The Cask this evening for the second instalment of our tremendously exciting Film Bingo.

By popular demand, this time there will be three games – the first will start at 8pm. Bingo cards will be on sale from 7.30, so get down early to grab yours and get a good seat and a beer. The management will be making more seats available if required.

Once again it will be £2 to play in each game (but you can buy as many tickets as you like). Each ticket will have 9 film names printed on it – using high tech paraphernalia we will transmit randomly selected clips, quotes, music, pictures etc for you to identify. The first person to spot all nine films on their card wins £50! Oh yes.

Eyes down and eyes up – and make sure you shout out the specially chosen film catch-phrase when you win.

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Festival Spotlight no.8: LUC SHORT FILM PRIZE 2013

LUCFEST SFP COMPLETE 1000pxThe huge, operatic finale of the first Leamington Underground Cinema will be the LUC SHORT FILM PRIZE 2013, live at the Spa Centre cinema at 8pm on Sunday 29th September.

We will be screening the ten finalists, drawn from the 85 shorts being screened during the festival – which in turn were selected from the hundreds and hundreds that were submitted.

At the climax, one will be winning the first ever LUC SHORT FILM PRIZE TROPHY, plus £1000! Crikey. The judging panel for the prize is made up of filmmakers, critics as well as the sponsors of this years festival.

But that’s not all. In the fine tradition of previous LUC events we are also throwing in a fantastic film quiz, the likes of which is rarely seen outside of institutions surrounded by barbed wire and men with guns.

LUC are unspeakably grateful to the sponsors of this years prize:

Staak Ltd
Mask-Arade
The Clarendon Leamington
The Cask and Bottle

…all fine upstanding bastions of the local community, I hope you will all consider them above all competitors when it comes to parting with your hard earned cash.

Tickets for this fantastic event are just five quid – they will be available on the night, but are also available online if you want to be sure of your seat. In years to come you’ll be able to say you were there at the start.

This all kicks of at 8 sharp, the doors to the cinema will be open at 7.50 – why not dive down to the spa centre for a  drink first? The bar will be open from 6pm.

Following the conclusion of the festival we will all be adjourning to the newly opened Cask & Bottle for what I believe the young people call an after-party. See you there.