Withnail & I
@ Newcastle CastleBook Now
06 September 2019
18:00 To 21:30
Withnail and I is a 1987 British black comedy film written and directed by Bruce Robinson. Loosely based on Robinson’s life in London in the late 1960s, the plot follows two unemployed actors, Withnail and “I” (portrayed by Richard E. Grant and Paul McGann, respectively) who share a flat in Camden Town in 1969.
Doors are 6pm with the film starting at 6:30pm.
Open 7-days per week from 10am until 5pm, you can visit the family-friendly historic attraction, located in Newcastle city centre, to reveal the story of how Newcastle began, the reason the City got its name and to walk in the steps of the people who lived and died in the shadow of Newcastle Castle. Steeped in history this imposing Norman fortress, is a rugged reminder of Northern England’s turbulent history.
This film screening takes place in the Great Hall of Newcastle Castle Keep which is unfortunately inaccessible to wheelchair users.. Doors will open at approximately 6pm, with the film starting at 6.30pm.
All films are age certified by the BBFC, and we will check identification upon entry.
Reasonably priced refreshments will be available for all your sweets and drink needs. We aren’t a licensed venue, so for this event there will be no sale of alcohol.
As we’re nice people, we don’t mind our attendees bringing in their own refreshments or drinks, but please consider that anything you spend with us help us to ‘Keep the Castle going’. If you do bring your own refreshments, we simply ask that you are respectful of the venue and other customers and tidy up anything you’ve brought before leaving.
We also ask that upon leaving, you’re respectful of those around us, we are at the heart of the city in many ways, and we’re very appreciative of the fact people leave in a quiet and respectful manner.
We do reserve the right to remove anyone not adhering to the above or being respectful of the venue and event.
The Black Gate
Newcastle Upon Tyne
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