- BYOP: Bring your own pillow for singles
BYOP: Bring your own pillow for singles
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Movies with meaning in a laid-back setting
By popular demand after the success of last term’s event, BYOP is back! Chill-out and relax with like-minded people as if it was the comfort of your own home! You bring your pillow, we’ll bring the popcorn and together we’ll watch carefully chosen films to move your soul, followed by an interactive discussion to make you think.
I loved meeting new people and having something in common to talk about after. It brings a whole new meaning to movie night! – Aaron S
Bringing your living room to our Tikun Pillow Cinema!
Showing Groundhog Day
“Thank you for organising. It was a fun evening and I met some great people.” – Doron B
“Who would have thought you could have had such a great conversation at a movie? Good icebreaker! I would recommend this singles event to my friends.” – Janine T
“Ironically, given the theme of the film, this never gets old.” – Caroline Westbrook, Empire
“Groundhog Day, the perfect comedy, forever.” – The Guardian
“Groundhog Day is a film that finds its note and purpose so precisely that its genius may not be immediately noticeable.” – Rodger Ebert
In this iconic film the main character, Phil, a weatherman, is stuck in Groundhog Day seemingly doomed to live a life that repeats itself over and over again! At first, he is very upset about this plot in life but soon finds that he can use the crazy situation to his advantage! As he accepts his predicament, he focuses on improving his life and priorities, using his experiences to save lives and learn new skills.
Do London’s Single’s Events feel like they’re on repeat? Same people, same venues and same ideas? Try an event with a difference. Enjoy a good movie and explore the meaning behind the film in a light discussion and mixer. This means new conversations with different ideas and new people. Plus there’s no need to break the ice because we’ve done that for you!
Followed by a discussion facilitated by Yosef Solomon looking into the deeper messages of the film from a Jewish perspective.