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A Big Lebowski Party – 16th March @ The Old Market

A Big Lebowski Party – 16th March @ The Old Market
Peggy Bain
  • On February 19, 2018

The Brighton Film Party Society in collaboration with The Old Market present: A BIG LEBOWKSI PARTY

The Brighton Film Party Society have been creating classic, film inspired extravaganzas ever since 2014, with legends like Wes Anderson, Twin Peaks, Blade Runner and Tarantino all providing timeless movie themes. Venues are completely transformed to conjure real life visions of your favourite films so that you can party inside them. The “Big Lebowski Party” will be the first ever collaboration with The Old Market, a fabulous venue in Hove. The team have created this party in homage to the Coen brothers, and to celebrate the 20th anniversary of this classic.

See photos & videos from previous events by Brighton Film Party Society here:

‘Expect White Russians, bowling, dressing gowns & a rug that really ties the room together. A bigger and better version of our previous 2014 party, make no mistake, this is going to be hotter than Jackie Treehorn’s “Logjammin” & more reckless than Bunny Lebowksi’s driving. So shut the f*ck up Donny, save the date and get your tickets now for Friday March 16th as we expect demand to be high!’

The team strongly urge participants to dress up and throw themselves into things. You could come as your favourite Lebowski character, be it The Dude, Walter, Donny, Bunny, dream sequence “Viking” Maude, The Nihilists, Jesus Quintina. True die-hard fans might like to come as something more obscure, don’t be afraid to get weird with it. (a dismembered green toe? Richard Nixon bowling?)

There will be prizes for the best dressed and “Little Lebowski Urban Achievers Certificates”!

More information and tickets available here:

Tickets on sale now – these are strictly limited so don’t be late!

Friday March 16th at The Old Market (Hove)

Featured image by Lennart Schneider

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