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West pub launches bring your own film night

By sophia1980  |  Posted: March 10, 2014

Richard Fairchild manager at Horts launches the Bring Your Own film night

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Film fans wanting to watch their favourite movie on the big screen can now take their own DVDs to Bristol's newest luxury cinema where they will be able to sit back, relax and enjoy a full cinematic experience.

The 'Bring Your Own' night has been launched at The Director's Cut, the new luxury, 26-seat cinema at Horts on Broad Street, Bristol and will take place on Tuesdays.
It means those wanting to see again the latest blockbuster, independent or film noir on a big screen can do so knowing they will get the same experience as if visiting a main stream cinema.
Richard Fairchild, manager at Horts said: "There's nothing like watching your favourite film on the big screen. Unfortunately once a film has stopped being shown at one of the main cinema chains, there's little chance to get the same atmosphere as on the silver screen.
"Now that we've got our own fantastic new cinema, film fans can come along, pop on their own favourite DVD and enjoy the full cinematic experience. This is a great way to enjoy your own movie with friends or to get a group together to watch a favourite film."
Part of the pub's £300,000 refurbishment, The Director's Cut includes soft club leather chairs, foot stools, individual side tables, cushions and rugs.
Complemented by a range of excellent ales and new menu of grazing plates, sharing boards and pub classics, it makes for the perfect night in!
Richard added: "The Director's Cut is the perfect venue for groups of friends, film clubs or office colleagues to enjoy their favourite film in the luxurious surroundings of this fantastic new facility
"It's a brilliant space and the response we've had from film fans so far has been fantastic. We're open to suggestions and look forward to welcoming film fans from across the city."
For further information on the 'Bring Your Own Film' please call 0117 925 2520 or visit http://www.directorscutbristol.co.uk

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