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Mayfair Hotel Film Club

Take a seat at the May Fair Hotel’s new monthly Film Club, as it launches with a new season of films; a great excuse for a lazy, laid-back Sunday afternoon. The Film Club offers guests a late lunch, served in the uber cool May Fair Bar, and a popular movie in the stylish 201-seater private screening room at the hotel.

Opening the new season of film, on January 16, 2011, is fantasy drama Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (18). Starring Johnny Depp and Benicio Del Toro, this psychedelic story follows its protagonist, Raoul Duke (Depp), and his attorney, Dr. Gonzo (Del Toro), as they descend on Las Vegas to chase the American Dream through a drug-induced haze.

A late lunch will be served from 3pm and is priced at just £25 per adult. The movie event is free, as part of the Film Club package, and starts at 5pm.

Other classics that are scheduled for screening, at The May Fair Film Club in 2011, include Leon, Casino, Clockwork Orange, The Italian Job and Kick Ass.

Marcia Degia - Publisher

Marcia Degia, who has worked in the media industry for more than 20 years, is the Publishing Editor of KOL Social Magazine. See website: thekolsocial.com

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