Outdoor Cinema: Pulp Fiction
Saturday 10th August 2019
Join us for our largest pop up cinema event yet with a summertime screening of the Quentin Tarantino classic "Pulp Fiction" shown on our real working farm, complete with burgers, shakes and live band.
This August Whirlow Hall Farm in partnership with Henry Boot are bringing Hollywood to Sheffield and you’re invited to dive with us head first into one of the coolest films in cinema history.
Join us at Whirlow Hall Farm on August 10th for a summertime screening of the Quentin Tarantino cult classic ‘Pulp fiction’. We’ll have our largest screen yet at our pop up cinema event on our real working farm.
Slick, Sleek and effortlessly cool this film favourite will be accompanied by shakes, burgers, bar and jiving as our live band get our audience of movers and shakers in the mood before the film begins. We’ll plunge you into the world of diners and deadbeats in celebration of all things Tarantino for a summertime evening with friends with a difference.
7pm till late
Over 18s only
1950s Fancy Dress encouraged
We’ve been keeping an eye on the weather forecast over these past couple of weeks and we know that even though the sun is shining now, it's not looking set to stay that way. We want our guests to be able to enjoy the film in comfort and for the screening to be kept safe against any high winds. So to maximise your cinema experience we are relocating our event and transforming our large barn area into our fifties cinema wonderland.
So you get to enjoy our rocking band, delicious diner street food, and the full length movie under cover. This way, it's up to the band to bring the house down and not the weather!
We’ll also bring enough seating for everyone so no need to worry about bringing your camping chairs along either. Although the barn is covered, you will still want to ensure you bring layers and/or blankets with you in case the night gets cooler.
To buy tickets for this event please visit our events page: Whirlow Hall Farm presents 'Pulp Fiction' tickets from Skiddle.