GIRL GANG SHEFFIELD #4 : BATTLE ROYALE
Following our sell-out screening of The Punk Singer, Girl Gang Sheffield are back with a brand new interactive screening party in collaboration with The Festival of Debate. But this time, it’s no ordinary screening, this event has been specially crafted to be
full of twists and surprises, leaving you lost in the world of film. So grab your gang and find your tribe, for one of our favourite events we’ve ever planned!
BATTLE ROYALE is a cult 2000 Japanese action-horror by Kinji Fukasaku, following a class of students, abandoned in a dystopian Japanese island, and their terrifying fight for survival. Battle Royale shows the dangers of betrayal and the importance of friendship and teamwork, nestled within an incredible, gripping film.
Audience members will be completely immersed in our own Battle Royale event, pick your teams, fight for the survival of you and your community, celebrate each others strengths and use them to win. Can you make it through the night?
/// GIRL GANG SCREENING : BATTLE ROYALE ///
Take your seat in class for our film screening, BK2SKL dress up encouraged, or maybe you want to come dressed in your gang colours?
/// POP UP PERFORMANCES + SUPRISES ///
Interact with BR students, compare and teach each other your skills.
/// IMMERSIVE AFTER-PARTY ///
The BR ACT commences at 10pm, with guest Djs battling it out on the decks playing your favourite femme tunes and party bangers, but don’t forget to keep an eye on the map(!) - will you survive our interactive, immersive party?
& MORE TBA
As always we are ALL INCLUSIVE, our events are open to any person, regardless of gender or sexuality, in a safe, welcoming space.
**LAST ENTRY 7PM FOR FULL TICKET HOLDERS
AFTERPARTY TICKET ENTRY AT 9.30PM**
SATURDAY 24TH JUNE
6PM – 2.30AM
Tickets - £10 earlybird tickets available soon at https://www.tickettailor.com/checkout/view-event/id/92963/chk/a9db
Girl Gang Sheffield - Cinema For All Best Single Event Award Winners 2015 & 2016
Girl Gang Sheffield are a events collective or party animals, 90s fanatics, riot grrrls, bad ass babes, and promoters of positivity.
We put on affordable, immersive events with the focus of supporting, promoting, and uplifting our community, that aims to help people create friendships and gain skills.
The Festival of Debate is made up of a series of panel discussions, debates, Q&As, artistic responses and keynote speeches in Sheffield, aiming to create a meaningful dialogue around key social, political and economic issues. It's hosted by not-for-profit social enterprise Opus Independents in collaboration with a wide range of partners across Sheffield.