Curtain call for new menu

A new Film Supper at the Stephen Joseph Theatre comes to life for Julie Finnigan, the marketing manager for HQ Hospitality which runs the theatre restaurant, as she is joined by a cowboy and an alien, and Jane Eyre, from forthcoming SJT films. Playing the film roles are waiter Dale Messenger as an alien, sous chef Chris Hobson, Georgie Samuels from HQ Hospitality as Jane Eyre, and head chef Dan Hargreaves, as himself.   113551a    picture by Andrew Higgins  01/09/11
A new Film Supper at the Stephen Joseph Theatre comes to life for Julie Finnigan, the marketing manager for HQ Hospitality which runs the theatre restaurant, as she is joined by a cowboy and an alien, and Jane Eyre, from forthcoming SJT films. Playing the film roles are waiter Dale Messenger as an alien, sous chef Chris Hobson, Georgie Samuels from HQ Hospitality as Jane Eyre, and head chef Dan Hargreaves, as himself. 113551a picture by Andrew Higgins 01/09/11
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AS the Stephen Joseph Theatre’s film season heats up so does the kitchen with the launch of a new Film Supper.

To celebrate the start of the film season the Restaurant@SJT created a new menu and offer for film goers.

Cinema fans can enjoy a meal in the art deco restaurant before heading to the big screen at the Northway theatre.

The menu will be changed every month.

The film season kicked off this summer with Beginners, and The Tree of Life, with The Guard set to be the next flick to hit the screen.

Other films lined up for the season include Cowboys and Aliens, The Skin I Live In, Jane Eyre, and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.