Showroom Cinema Gala Fundraising Dinner 2019

12th March 2019

A Celebration of Sheffield Film Hosted by Harry Gration Showroom is a Cinema, a bar, a workspace, a party venue, but, did you know that we are a Charity? We endeavour to raise funds every year which alongside contributing to the delivery of the diverse film programme and many educational activities, we also need to maintain and upgrade our beautiful, historic 1930s' building.

Showroom Cinema would like to invite you to join us for our 2nd Celebration of Sheffield Film, Fund-raising Gala Dinner. The funds raised via our first dinner went a long way towards us being able to re-furbish cinema screens 1 & 2 . We are delighted that once again our evening will be hosted by the one and only Harry Gration. The night itself will again celebrate the wonderful world of Sheffield Independent Film and Filmmakers. There might even be a repeat of last year's Award-Off Baftas and Emmys everywhere! There will be a sumptuous meal, prepared by our fabulous in-house team, wine, drinks on arrival and an opportunity to get your dancing shoes on. For more details and to reserve a table, please contact Single tickets are £80pp, tables of 8 to 10 are available, smaller groups can be accommodated upon request.

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