Midlands Movies’ 19th screening event follows on from its Spinal Tap night, offering a live band playing the music from the film plus a selection of other hits from movies such as Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill and more. The set list contains a mix of American rock and roll, surf music, pop and soul will accompany a screening of Pulp Fiction itself. Entry is FREE once again (£3 suggested donation) and there will be food, competition prizes, film treats and more.

Pulp Fiction is a 1994 American crime film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino starring John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis and Uma Thurman. It tells the stories of several Los Angeles criminals and won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival as well as being nominated for seven Oscars, eventually winning the award for Best Original Screenplay.

Widely regarded as Tarantino’s masterpiece, the film features an eclectic range of mucis by various artists. Notable tracks include Dick Dale’s now-iconic rendition of Misirlou and Dusty Springfield’s version of Son of a Preacher Man.

Midlands Movies will again be showcasing local moviemakers before the main event to help regional talent open up its films to a wider audience. A trailer for crime thriller Essex Heist, made by Leicester filmmaker Steve Lawson of Creativ Studios [www.creativ-studios.com], will be shown before the main screening and music.

“We hope the audience will get heavily involved by dressing up, having a dance and taking part in other fun, whilst we will be providing complimentary popcorn and further surprises too,” says Movies Midlands editor, Mike Sales. “The path of the righteous man should lead you to Firebug where you can also buy tasty Royale with Cheese burgers and cafe robbery coffees. Garçon!”

Pulp Fiction will be screened with a live band on Wednesday 19th September at Firebug

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Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Great Central, John has been actively involved in Leicester's creative community for over a decade - promoting shows and releasing records under the name Robot Needs Home. He is a director of Handmade Festival, and ex member of the band Maybeshewill.

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