This February join Trash Cinema for a screening of Walter Hill’s cult rock’n’roll adventure – Streets of Fire (1984)!
In the words of the man himself, it’s a movie about
“Custom cars. Kissing in the rain. Neon. Trains in the night. High-speed pursuit. Rumbles. Rock Stars. Motorcycles. Jokes in tough situations. Leather jackets and questions of honour”
It’s a movie where the Leader of the Pack steals the Queen of the Hop and Soldier Boy comes home to do something about it – all set to one of the finest movie soundtracks of the eighties. Be there or be square.
Doors open 7pm with a pre-show selection of retro trailers, ads and trashy entertainment, followed by the movie at 7.30pm – Monday the 13th of February at The Old Hairdresser’s.
Free popcorn and sweeties for all.