Butterscotch Sunday: Fantastic Mr. Fox

This time last week, I was taking part in an interactive screening of David Lynch's Mulholland Drive at The Bike Shed Theatre in Exeter. The event was part of Butterscotch Sunday, a series of screenings designed to give the audience a deep sensory experience of a film before watching it in a unique location. The events are organised by my sister Hannah and her boyfriend Guy Millon, and the next one is coming up in a fortnight's time.
On Sunday 28th July, Butterscotch Sunday will be screening Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox at West Town Farm in Ide on the outskirts of Exeter. Beginning at 6pm, the event will involve live music, a local food BBQ, and a story trail around the farm, before rounding off the evening with Anderson's stop-motion take on Roald Dahl's much-loved story. It promises to be a wonderful and memorable event - especially if the weather holds up.
Tickets for the screening are £6 for adults, £4 for children and £15 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children). For more details about the event and where you can purchase tickets,  check out the Butterscotch Sunday Facebook page here. I look forward to seeing you all on the 28th.


P.S. To get yourself in a Wes Anderson mood, check out my review of Moonrise Kingdom (here), which was screened as a previous Butterscotch Sunday event.