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A Week of Revelry


Tue Sep 26 2017, 5:30pm
Wed Sep 27 2017, 5:30pm
Thu Sep 28 2017, 5:30pm
Fri Sep 29 2017, 5:30pm
Sat Sep 30 2017, 5:30pm

Where: Screening Room, 12 Ann Siang Rd, Chinatown, Singapore

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: michelle46m

A Week of Revelry awaits at Screening Room’s 10th Anniversary. Screening Room celebrates 10 years of entertainment with drinks starting at $10++ to complement timeless movies.

This 25th to 30th September 2017, Singapore’s independent boutique film theatre & rooftop will be raising a glass to its 10th year anniversary. A multi-concept entertainment hub in itself, Screening Room has led the revival and lent an edge to the hip Ann Siang district, and is best known for its cosy and intimate clandestine theatre, along with its eponymous rooftop bar surrounded by stunning views of the city skyline.

Ardent movie buffs can get their fix of timeless classics and iconic animated flicks with Screening Room’s line-up for the celebratory week. Set with plush seats and fluffy pillows, the theatre is a perfect spot for a group of friends to kick back and transcend into an abiding world of movie-magic. Guests will also have the option of booking the film theatre privately for 2 hours with a minimum spending of $200++.

After an intimate screening, drink seekers may head upstairs to the Rooftop Bar at Screening Room, and enjoy an array of exclusive drink offers at $10++ as a toast to 10 years of food, films and fine drinks. With icy cocktails churned through their in-house slushy machine including the Slushie Cocktail, timeless tipples like a Martini or Negroni, and even pairs of shots like Jager Bombs or Fireball, there is bound to be a drink for everyone.

Film fans and regular night owls are set for an evening of revelry, as they bask under the evening sky overlooking Chinatown’s iconic heritage gem against the backdrop of the Central Business District, in a scenic fusion of “East meets West”.