Located in York’s vibrant Latin Quarter, 1331 is the ideal place to start the weekend ahead. With over 11 years of trading within the heart of the city, they have grown from two rooms into a hive of activity, from producing craft beers to an in-house cinema.
Brandy Brown’s cinema is part of the 1331 brand – hosting a range of film nights with diverse genres. There’s something for everyone with this charming independent location. Specialist screenings and exclusive events give the venue a distinctive angle, whilst providing a comfortable setting hard to replicate.
Alongside its role as a festival venue and ASFF’s official restaurant and bar, 1331 is a go-to place over the weekend, playing host to the festival’s legendary Friday Night Party, where you can connect with friends old and new in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Dynamic and all-inclusive, this event promises to be a social highlight of the festival’s proceedings.
Having newly opened Vertigo, their new restaurant, ASFF is teaming up with 1331 to give you 10% off food and drink, valid with your festival pass. A range of handmade, locally sourced and vegetarian options are available, catering to everyone’s needs and standing as the official venue for the festival where filmmakers and audiences alike will attend.
Find out more about the venue: www.1331-york.co.uk
Follow them on Twitter for updates around the festival: @1331york
BAFTA qualifying ASFF runs from 3 – 6 November at various locations around York. Find out more: www.asff.co.uk/asff2016
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