Following on from their successful visits to the city with screenings of Jaws at the Maritime Museum and Dracula at St George’s Hall, the Jameson Cult Film Club is back in Liverpool with a showing of Reservoir Dogs – still Tarantino’s best? almost certainly – at Camp & Furnace later this month.

Like previous efforts, it’s hosted at an inspired location and you can expect Camp & Furnace to be transformed into an abandoned LA warehouse for the evening, complete with roaming cops and psychopathic suits. And some Jameson cocktails, naturally. Oh, and if you didn’t have enough time to grab some dinner you can get a taco before you head into the screening.

Jameson’s film screenings are witty, immersive experiences, so expect to be greeted by Mr Pink and Mr White upon arrival or geg in on Joe Cabot’s briefing and the famous, final Mexican stand-off. Plus Mr Blonde will be on hand to teach you the steps to his legendary dance routine, presumably without slicing off an ear afterwards.

You can get tickets from Jameson Cult Film Club Facebook page now, but we’ve squirreled away ten pairs tickets if you’re too late. Plus someone will win a bottle of Jameson whiskey to enjoy back at home, perhaps while soaked in your own blood?

• To enter just tell us which character objects to the pseudonym given to him by Joe Cabot – email info@sevenstreets.com with your name and telephone number

Reservoir Dogs
27 February 2013
Camp & Furnace