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Edible Cinema
, , / 17 September 2014

This is one of the coolest things that we’ve ever seen, and we’re pretty sure you guys are gonna find this more than amusing as well – especially when you’re a fan of films as well as cuisine. Edible Cinema is a collaborative event between Soho House and unusual event specialist Teatime Production that gives you a whole new experience in movie watching. Your unique experience starts with a movie screening, movies vary from the awesome Japanese animation Spirited Away, to cult classic like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Pan’s Labyrinth, Beetlejuice, even the romantic drama Romeo and Juliet.

Each guests are supplied with a tray containing a few numbered mystery boxes that are filled with snacks that have been created specially (by different chefs) to enjoy during specific moments in the movie. Well, we don’t know about you but we are frickin’ sold on this idea and the next time our plane takes us to London we are definitely making a break to the Electric Cinema in Notting Hill or the Aubin Cinema in Shoreditch, London. Oh, we forgot to tell you, if you’ve got the cash they are available for private hire.

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You can follow their Twitter for more information about the next screenings also Facebook.

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