Edinburgh International Film Festival hosts rare ‘Silent Cinema’ screening

Edinburgh International Film Festival hosts rare ‘Silent Cinema’ screening

You won’t have to worry about coughing, chatting or people eating too loudly at this special screening.

There’s nothing worse than going to the cinema and having to deal with other people – yeah, we said it and we bet you think it too.

Luckily during Edinburgh’s International Film Festival, Eden Locke is bringing you something a little different – a Silent Cinema.

You’ve heard of a Silent Disco? This is a Silent Cinema – where thanks to a provided set of headphones you won’t have to worry about someone munching chocolate too loudly or that one person with a stubborn-every-thirty-second-cough.

On 21 June you can head down to 127 at Eden Locke (the film starts at 7pm) and enjoy a peaceful screening of Wes Anderson’s latest film, Isle of Dogs. You’ll be welcome with a glass of bubbles and a bag of popcorn for a real cinema experience.

The bar at 127 will stay open until 11pm, so you can stay around for a drink after the film ends.

The film is stop-motion animated science-fiction adventure film written, produced and directed by Wes Anderson. Set in a dystopian near-future Japan, the story follows a young boy searching for his dog after the species is banished to an island following the outbreak of canine flu.

Tickets are just £10 with everything included – click here to find out more and buy yours.

Source: Edinburgh Live

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