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Edible Cinema / Jim Henson: Labyrinth at Curzon Mayfair

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Time 18:30
Date 09/05/19
Price £37.5

A gastronomic cinematic experience, offering movie goers a feast for the eyes, ears, nose and tongue. Come and get a taste for the scenes in the Labyrinth that stole Edible Cinema's attention.

You remind me of the babe. Curzon and Edible Cinema team up once again to bring culinary delights to Jim Henson's 80s classic and unforgettable David Bowie film role Labyrinth.

When suburban teenager Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) is forced to baby-sit her baby brother, she wishes in frustration that the infant would be taken away. When this wish is unexpectedly granted by the magical Goblin King Jareth (Bowie), Sarah is given only 13 hours to solve the dangerous and wonderful labyrinth which leads to Goblin Castle and rescue her brother. Left with no choice, she sets out on a dangerous adventure in a land where nothing is what it seems.

Come with a sense of adventure, your magic dancing shoes, a taste for the unique, and whatever you do don't go that way; if you go that way you'll go straight to the castle.

Along with your ticket to the film, Edible Cinema will be offering an 8 item, bite sized menu of food and drink (vegetarian and non-alcoholic menus are also available). Edible Cinema will provide a truly unique way to experience a film: through aroma, texture and taste. Each guest will be supplied with a tray of mystery boxes containing a bite-sized tasting menu tailored to specific moments in the film.

Please note that in order for food and drink to be prepared for the event, tickets will be taken off sale at 5.00pm on Wednesday 8 May.

COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend Edible Cinema / Jim Henson: Labyrinth at Curzon Mayfair at 18:30 on Thursday 9 May. To enter the competition, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: Director Jim Henson has previously revealed he also considered casting Freddie Mercury, Sir Rod Stewart,  Prince, Michael Jackson, Sir Mick Jagger and which other artist as the part of Jareth the Goblin King?
A: .1) Roger Daltrey .2) Billy Idol .3) David Byrne .4) Sting