Titled The Last Chapel, Backyard Cinema’s latest season will allow audiences to immerse themselves into the films of Quentin Tarantino from the 23rd March. 

Following on from the Winter Night Garden and the famous Romeo + Juliet season, Backyard Cinema has announced a special season celebrating the work of Quentin Tarantino.

Set to run from the 23rd March until May, audiences will enter a darker and more theatrical world when they visit Backyard Cinema’s permanent home, Mercato Metropolitano.

The screenings are set in an abandoned chapel, deep in the Nevada Desert and hosted by an unhinged priest to provide a fully immersive experience.

The Last Chapel season will screen films such as Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill and True Romance, Leon, the Shawshank Redemption and Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas.

Meanwhile, Backyard Cinema’s in house bar will be ‘From Dusk ‘Till Dawn’ themed with craft beer and special cocktails plus the giant beanbags await with free blankets to cosy under.

Dominic Davies, the company founder says, “Now this has got to be one of the most exciting themes we have done for our new permanent cinema. We have created our very own Tarantino themed arena to host some of the best films ever made. Although a slightly darker selection of films the whole experience is going to be just as fun as usual. We have added live theatre elements, beautiful set builds and more subtle movie references than you can shake a stick at, not to mention the play list! If you remember how excited you were the first time you saw a Tarantino movie, then you wont want to miss this immersive homage.” 

The Last Chapel season will run from the 23rd March until May. For more information and to book tickets visit: https://www.backyardcinema.co.uk/the-last-chapel/

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