Nightspot Cinema: Tron Legacy

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Nightspot Cinema: Tron Legacy

An immersive party that combines a screening of the latest Tron movie with a rave in a laser-tag venue

The pop-up cinema that combines immersive film screenings and parties is back, and this time there's laser tag. After a successful screening of 'Northern Soul' earlier in the year, the crew are going sci-fi, screening 'Tron: Legacy' and then throwing a huge bash afterwards. The afterparty is based on The Grid, the virtual world featured in the film, and you can rave away to tunes inspired by Daft Punk's Tron soundtrack.

The party takes place in the building that used to be Foyles book shop on Charing Cross Road, transformed for the night into the End Of The Line Club where DP made a cameo appearance in the movie. Even better is the fact that the space now operates as a laser tag venue, meaning that – yes – you can run around shooting your mates with lasers (pretend ones, just to clarify) as you rave.

Providing the futuristic tunes will be forward-thinking electronica and twisted dubstep producer Geode plus Asher Levitas and Michael Crowe, who'll be performing experimental synth pop accompanied by a Tron-inspired audiovisual light show.

There will be lasers, there will be laser tag, there will be cinema, there will be raving, there will be a lot of people in faux-futuristic body suits having the time of their lives. What more could you possibly need?

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This was quite possibly the worst event I've ever been to. Great idea but really badly organised, and poorly executed. Both of the projectors broke down at various points during the screening, of what was quite clearly an illegally downloaded copy of Tron Legacy. The seating was so badly arranged that only people sitting in the front row could actually see the film, and the sound was also rubbish. The so called 'after party' consisted of two girls in handmade Tron outfits dancing to some very quiet electronic music in an empty building. A total rip off. I would heartily recommend avoiding any Nightspot events in future.