Enjoy a classic Italian evening with Bar Termini and Curzon Soho, London

TOMORROW the brilliant Bar Termini – owned by the well-known mixologist, restaurateur and all-round dining genius Tony Conigliaro – and Curzon Soho will team up to present a rare screening of the 1960’s Italian film, La Dolce Vita. Bar Termini will set up shop in the Curzon’s basement bar, framing the evening with its favourite Italian cocktails along with Peroni beers. 

La Dolce VitaA still image from La Dolce Vita

Winning the Palm d’Or when it was released back in 1960, Federico Fellini’s comedy-drama La Dolce Vita has been regarded as an Italian classic but is notoriously hard to catch on the big screen. Curzon Soho, a cinema that surely needs no other introduction other than being an renowned London arthouse institution, has over the last year seen a high profile campaign to keep it open amid plans for Crossrail 2.

This will be the first time Bar Termini has teamed up with Curzon Soho and this partnership this is sure to be a winning combination.

negroni-4-addiechinnA classic Negroni at Bar Termini. Photograph: Addie Chinn

addiechinn-comac8_1238Bar Termini. Photograph: Addie Chinn

Also, an insider tip, the perfectly designed, with every detail carefully thought-out, with no stinting on quality, Bar Termini serves the best coffee in London, (and believe us Glass has undertaken rigorous research into this important matter) and gets very busy in the evening, so popular is the bar (and rightly so) that, we recommend booking a table in advance.

by Stephanie Clair

Tickets are priced at £15 and includes both the cinema ticket and a cocktail, they can be purchased here or at Bar Termini. The event takes place Tuesday, November 30.
A petition to save Curzon Soho can be signed here.

Bar Termini, 7 Old Compton  Street, Soho, London W1D 5JE
Tel: +44 (0) 7860 945018 Email: DRINKS@BAR-TERMINI.COM

Curzon Soho, 99 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5DY
Tel: 0330 500 1331