Rooftop Film Club – Veto Valentine’s Day with NOW TV

NOW TV have teamed up with Rooftop Film Club to veto Valentine’s this year.

And you can tweet for a seat at this very exclusive Anti-Valentine’s Day film screening.

 

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The films they’re screening at Rooftop Film Club (Roof Gardens, 99 Kensington High Street, London W8 5SA) from 6pm on Wednesday 13 February are a secret and will be announced on the night.

Tickets include a glass of Champagne or Peroni (soft drinks available) and a freshly prepared hot snack grilled on the outdoor coal fire barbecue.

Tickets are only available by visiting bit.ly/nowtvvip (this link is no longer active – this is an old event) and guessing which of their Anti-Valentine’s films they’ll be showing on the night. Tweet your answer along with #NOWTVVIP for your chance to win a pair of tickets.

They’ll be reading every tweet using the #NOWTVVIP hash tag and will be picking winners right up until the event on this Wednesday. They’ve got 200 tickets to give away, so get tweeting!

First tickets will go to those who answer correctly and any remaining tickets will be given away at random. Winners will be notified via Twitter.

To get a free 30 day trial of NOW TV, visit www.nowtv.com.

 

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