Catch a free screening of Quentin Tarantino’s first movie, Reservoir Dogs (1992), at the Blue Pig on Tuesday 25 July. Yes, it really has been 25 years since the release of this absolute game changer and the film features both one of the greatest soundtracks in film history and a famously gruesome scene involving an ear.  Reservoir Dogs is set around what happens when a robbery goes wrong and the cast includes Harvey Keitel (Mr White), Tim Roth (Mr Orange), Michael Madsen (Mr Blonde), Steve Buscemi (Mr Pink), Edward Bunker (Mr Blue), Quentin Tarantino (Mr Brown), Chris Penn (“Nice Guy” Eddie Cabot) and Lawrence Tierney (Joe Cabot). By turns hilarious and shockingly violent, Reservoir Dogs is the latest in a series of free, fortnightly film screenings at The Blue Pig, called Pig-turehouse. Expect bespoke Reservoir Dogs film-inspired cocktails served up alongside their main food and drink menus. Don your best suit and skinny black tie and walk on down to The Blue Pig for a free screening of arguably the coolest movie of the 1990s.

Tue 25 Jul, The Blue Pig, 69 High Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester, M4 1FS. Tel: 0161 832 0630, 8pm, FREE,

Tue 25 Jul
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Sat 22 Jul 2017