Fantastic feedback from Vue and Paramount

2013 November 14
by Jacs

We have some fabulous pictures from the Indiana Jones Gala on Sunday night at Vue West End.

Our Exec chef Cris served up an array of sushi snakes, sheep’s eye balls, monkey brains – (mashed up berry jelly) and deWintons’ version of Poison and the antidote from the Temple of Doom movie. Our client was ecstatic in his praise of deWintons, particularly Executive Head Chef Cris.

“Cris completely knocked it out of the ball park yesterday and I think even surpasses his efforts on the raiders event.

The feast was a huge hit with everyone including our special guest – film producer of all the 80’s indy film Robert Watts – claiming Cris’s version of the monkey brains was better than the films! A huge compliment indeed.

Thanks so much for you generous support to make the event a great success.

The audience roared with applause when I gave deWintons a shout out during welcome introduction.”

What great praise from a great client, thank you very much.

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Action hero Harrison Ford?s iconic Indiana Jones hat worn in 80s classic Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade went on display in London this weekend - complete with the actor?s original movie make-up. The hat, worth £80,000, still features Harrison?s studio make-up on the inside of the brim, and can never be touched by anyone without donning special white gloves. It went on display at a charity event on Sunday at Vue West End in Leicester Square, featuring other original Indiana Jones movie props including the whip used in both Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doomand Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, worth £60,000.   The charity event, in aid of MediCinema, was attended by Hollywood producer Robert Watts, 74, who produced the classic 80s Indiana Jones trilogy, as well as working on Star Wars and James Bond movies ? and will also feature Indiana Jones-themed food including ?chilled monkey brains?. Vue Entertainment is bringing iconic movie legend Indiana Jones back to UK cinemas later this month - with one-off screenings of the classic 80s film trilogy over three successive weeks. The three Steven Spielberg-directed action adventure films - Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) - starred Harrison Ford as archaeologist Dr Henry ?Indiana? Jones and have become all-time Hollywood classics. And now they are returning to the big screen at Vue?s fully-digital cinemas, featuring state-of-the-art audio-visual technology, over three successive Tuesdays - Raiders of the Lost Ark Tuesday Nov 12, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Tuesday Nov 19, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Tuesday Nov 26 - with adult tickets costing just £5. Daniel Goodwin, conference and events manager, Vue Entertainment, said: ?To some it might seem like simply flesh-toned make-up on a hat, to others it?s classic movie history.? All proceeds from the charity gala on Sunday November 10 go to MediCinema - tickets cost £15 and are available now from MediCinema: www.medicinema.org.uk/events.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Action hero Harrison Ford?s iconic Indiana Jones hat worn in 80s classic Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade went on display in London this weekend - complete with the actor?s original movie make-up. The hat, worth £80,000, still features Harrison?s studio make-up on the inside of the brim, and can never be touched by anyone without donning special white gloves. It went on display at a charity event on Sunday at Vue West End in Leicester Square, featuring other original Indiana Jones movie props including the whip used in both Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doomand Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, worth £60,000.   The charity event, in aid of MediCinema, was attended by Hollywood producer Robert Watts, 74, who produced the classic 80s Indiana Jones trilogy, as well as working on Star Wars and James Bond movies ? and will also feature Indiana Jones-themed food including ?chilled monkey brains?. Vue Entertainment is bringing iconic movie legend Indiana Jones back to UK cinemas later this month - with one-off screenings of the classic 80s film trilogy over three successive weeks. The three Steven Spielberg-directed action adventure films - Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) - starred Harrison Ford as archaeologist Dr Henry ?Indiana? Jones and have become all-time Hollywood classics. And now they are returning to the big screen at Vue?s fully-digital cinemas, featuring state-of-the-art audio-visual technology, over three successive Tuesdays - Raiders of the Lost Ark Tuesday Nov 12, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Tuesday Nov 19, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Tuesday Nov 26 - with adult tickets costing just £5. Daniel Goodwin, conference and events manager, Vue Entertainment, said: ?To some it might seem like simply flesh-toned make-up on a hat, to others it?s classic movie history.? All proceeds from the charity gala on Sunday November 10 go to MediCinema - tickets cost £15 and are available now from MediCinema: www.medicinema.org.uk/events.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Action hero Harrison Ford?s iconic Indiana Jones hat worn in 80s classic Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade went on display in London this weekend - complete with the actor?s original movie make-up. The hat, worth £80,000, still features Harrison?s studio make-up on the inside of the brim, and can never be touched by anyone without donning special white gloves. It went on display at a charity event on Sunday at Vue West End in Leicester Square, featuring other original Indiana Jones movie props including the whip used in both Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doomand Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, worth £60,000.   The charity event, in aid of MediCinema, was attended by Hollywood producer Robert Watts, 74, who produced the classic 80s Indiana Jones trilogy, as well as working on Star Wars and James Bond movies ? and will also feature Indiana Jones-themed food including ?chilled monkey brains?. Vue Entertainment is bringing iconic movie legend Indiana Jones back to UK cinemas later this month - with one-off screenings of the classic 80s film trilogy over three successive weeks. The three Steven Spielberg-directed action adventure films - Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) - starred Harrison Ford as archaeologist Dr Henry ?Indiana? Jones and have become all-time Hollywood classics. And now they are returning to the big screen at Vue?s fully-digital cinemas, featuring state-of-the-art audio-visual technology, over three successive Tuesdays - Raiders of the Lost Ark Tuesday Nov 12, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Tuesday Nov 19, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Tuesday Nov 26 - with adult tickets costing just £5. Daniel Goodwin, conference and events manager, Vue Entertainment, said: ?To some it might seem like simply flesh-toned make-up on a hat, to others it?s classic movie history.? All proceeds from the charity gala on Sunday November 10 go to MediCinema - tickets cost £15 and are available now from MediCinema: www.medicinema.org.uk/events.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Action hero Harrison Ford?s iconic Indiana Jones hat worn in 80s classic Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade went on display in London this weekend - complete with the actor?s original movie make-up. The hat, worth £80,000, still features Harrison?s studio make-up on the inside of the brim, and can never be touched by anyone without donning special white gloves. It went on display at a charity event on Sunday at Vue West End in Leicester Square, featuring other original Indiana Jones movie props including the whip used in both Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doomand Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, worth £60,000.   The charity event, in aid of MediCinema, was attended by Hollywood producer Robert Watts, 74, who produced the classic 80s Indiana Jones trilogy, as well as working on Star Wars and James Bond movies ? and will also feature Indiana Jones-themed food including ?chilled monkey brains?. Vue Entertainment is bringing iconic movie legend Indiana Jones back to UK cinemas later this month - with one-off screenings of the classic 80s film trilogy over three successive weeks. The three Steven Spielberg-directed action adventure films - Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) - starred Harrison Ford as archaeologist Dr Henry ?Indiana? Jones and have become all-time Hollywood classics. And now they are returning to the big screen at Vue?s fully-digital cinemas, featuring state-of-the-art audio-visual technology, over three successive Tuesdays - Raiders of the Lost Ark Tuesday Nov 12, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Tuesday Nov 19, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Tuesday Nov 26 - with adult tickets costing just £5. Daniel Goodwin, conference and events manager, Vue Entertainment, said: ?To some it might seem like simply flesh-toned make-up on a hat, to others it?s classic movie history.? All proceeds from the charity gala on Sunday November 10 go to MediCinema - tickets cost £15 and are available now from MediCinema: www.medicinema.org.uk/events.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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