For all you Top Gun and 80s fans, there are two special events taking place in London this month to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the film.
Twilight Top Gun screening at The Geffrye
When: 13th & 14th May 2016
Where: The Geffrye, 136 Kingsland Road, London E2 8EA
£: Tickets cost £16.50
What is it?
On Friday 13th and Saturday 14th May, the Rooftop Film Club will be screening Top Gun at The Geffrye in London.
On both nights the special screening will take place amongst the Grade I listed building and gardens to celebrate the 30 years since the film’s creation.
At twilight, guests will be able to relax and enjoy the film in the atmospheric front gardens via wireless headphones. The evening will have a festival feeling to it, with street food, themed cocktails, and the iconic soundtrack (and other ’80s favourites) playing.
Top Gun 30th Anniversary Bash at Maggie’s
When: 12th May 2016, 10.30pm – Late
Where: Maggie’s, 329 Fulham Road, London SW10 9QL
£: Admission £15
What is it?
To celebrate the cult classic that made aviators cool, Chelsea’s 1980s-inspired club Maggie’s, is hosting an Official Top Gun 30th Anniversary Bash on Friday 13th May.
Guests who arrive before midnight will be handed a special mask of their favourite character to wear. Partygoers are encouraged to dress up in fighter pilot jumpsuits and rock their best pair of aviator shades and dog tags. Guests that don their Maverick-style costumes will receive a complimentary Top Gun-inspired cocktail for their efforts.
Partygoers can jam out to the best hits from the soundtrack including Danger Zone and Take My Breath Away, and can even have a dance with the handsome Maverick himself, the ultimate wingman. Maggie’s staff will be decked out in Top Gun style gear, and the best-dressed guest will win membership for one year and a complimentary fishbowl to share with friends for the evening.
Maggie’s is named after 1980s Prime-Minister-turned-icon Maggie Thatcher. Club goers can hear her famous speeches playing in the loos, while Thatcher memorabilia vies for space on the walls alongside other iconic ‘80s images and paraphernalia, from A team action men to A-Ha platinum discs.
More info: www.maggies-club.com