The Big Lebowski- Movie, White Russians & Burgers!

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Sunday 12 June 2016
17:00 - 21:30
Film Screenings, Food & Drink
Over 18

Way out in Digbeth there was this bar... a bar I wanna tell ya about. A bar by the name of The Mockingbird.

A bar that will be having a one off screening of The Big Lebowski.

Everyone seems to want something from The Dude, but we've decided to give something back to him and the Coen Brothers.

On Sunday June 12, we've got a one off showing of the iconic film, complete with White Russians and In 'n' Out Burgers.

Tickets cost just £10 and include an intimate showing of the 1998 film, our take on the in n out burger and of course a White Russian to enjoy during the film.

Don't worry we will have veggie, vegan and non-alcholic options.

Screening starts at 7pm with food and white Russians being served from 5pm.

You don't have to be a millionaire to enjoy a night out with us!

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The Mockingbird Cinema and Kitchen
Mockingbird House, The Custard Factory Gibb Street, Birmingham, B9 4AA



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The Mockingbird Cinema and Kitchen The Mockingbird Cinema and Kitchen

A seriously creative space in the heart of the Custard Factory (within Birmingham's ever creative location of Digbeth,...



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This venue serves British and Grill food.


Mockingbird Entertainment Limited

Join the Mockingbird Theatre in Birmingham for a brilliant selection of movie nights and dinner treats, all year round. From cult classics to quirky independent films, you're sure to find a movie that you'll love.

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Since you've asked me to write a review, here it is. I'd already left feedback to this effect on the Mockingbird's facebook event page, but received no reply. I went with a group of 6 friends, some Lebowski fans, some new to the film, hoping to have an entertaining evening. We were impressed that the organisers had emailed in the morning in a personal fashion - a nice touch. But we all came away from the event wholly underwhelmed. The burgers were very basic - I could have done a better job of catering this event myself. The vegetarian option was of the blandest variety, as if they'd been bought frozen from Iceland. My beef burger was BADLY undercooked - red and cool in the middle, which is unacceptable. The staff kindly replaced this. All in all, the catering was about as basic as you could imagine. No sides, fries, slaw, or any salad beyond a bit of lettuce. The bottles of Encona hot sauce on the counter made up for the lack of any decent relish. We all agreed that we'd rather have spent £15 on a ticket if it ensured a good level of catering, rather than suffering the children's party food on offer here. Why work down to a low price instead of buying quality and pricing the tickets accordingly? It was embarrassing and it lets Birmingham down. Next we found that we couldn't buy a second white russian after our initial free one for fear about stock levels. When you've sold out on pre-sale surely this is a no-brainer. "Big Lebowski event runs out of white russians before film has even started?" Come on guys... The two toilets constantly had huge queues. We understood that there should have been toilets in the custard factory and through the theatre itself - but none of these were accessible on the night, overburdening the two cubicles on offer and causing long long lines. The unannounced intermission mid way through the film seemed like a ploy to make more money on the bar. But the worst thing was that when people took this opportunity to use the toilets, the queue became massive due to the aforementioned lack of cubicles. Then on re-entering the cinema immediately after using the loo we discovered the film had re-started. Without us. My friends and I missed one pivotal scene. This is unacceptable and represents the worst kind of lack of proper planning, management, or communication. We thought this would be a fun night in a cool independent cinema to celebrate a great film. Had it been a success it would have ensured repeat business from me and my friends. Instead it was a badly designed embarrassment of an evening, and one which lets down the culture of the city. Why work down to a cheap ticket price rather than working up to an acceptable level of quality? Well done to the few staff on duty who provided good service under the circumstances. This night should have been better. Poor show, Mockingbird.
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