Between 18th and 24th April, Everyman will be rolling out a series of immersive launch events for the UK release of Jonah Hill‘s coming of age directorial debut, Mid90s.
After a successful Gala event in London, film fans in Birmingham, Leeds and Liverpool can now expect pro skate displays, live art, b-boy displays, top DJs soundtracking cinema hip-hop parties and more.
Mid90s follows Stevie, a thirteen-year-old in 1990s-era Los Angeles who spends his summer navigating between his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.
The ‘Everyman in the Mid90s’ immersive launch events will capture the feeling of acceptance, the music and the skate scene that translate throughout the film perfectly.
On 18th April at Everyman Birmingham 6pm-7:30pm ticket holders can expect tricks, beats and treats from a stellar line-up of top-level skaters and b-boys with the screening beginning at 7:30pm.
Then from 9pm, guests can hang around for a cinema party soundtracked by local legend, Silence Tha Nomad.
Curated by B-SIDE Hip-Hop Festival, Birmingham Hippodrome, Black Sheep Skateboard Store.
On 23rd April at Everyman Leeds, attendees will join live skateboard artist Lei-Mai LeMaow from 6pm – 7:30pm for live skateboard art, beats and treats to get them in the mood with the screening starting at 7:30pm.
When the film finishes at 9pm, they can hang around for a cinema party soundtracked by local hip-hop heavyweight, DJ Weston.
Curated by Lei-Mai LeMaow and The Marcus Intalex Music Foundation.
On 24th April at Everyman Liverpool guests will join a showstopping collective of pro skaters from the Black Sheep Skateboard Team from 6pm-7:30pm and can expect tricks, beats and treats before the screening starts at 7:30pm.
When the film finishes at 9pm, the lights go down for a cinema party soundtracked by DJs from local hip-hop heavyweights, No Fakin’.
Curated by Black Sheep Skateboard Store and The Marcus Intalex Music Foundation.
Tickets for Birmingham, Leeds and Liverpool are on sale now at https://www.everymancinema.com/everyman-in-the-mid90s