Tomorrow night - Friday 7th October - will be the first night in a series of Sonic Cinema events at London's British Film Institute.
The series is set to be a celebration of all things film and music, music and film, and begins with the screening of 1933 big-screen classic "King Kong" set to a re-score by muso Rob Da Bank. Not only will he be playing his take on the soundtrack out into the cinema while you watch the film, but he'll also be hanging around to answer questions in a live Q&A afterwards.
It's 'dinner and a movie' with a twist, and with tunes from the likes of Sigur Ros, Radiohead, Bon Iver and Harry Connick Junior, Sonic Cinema will definitely provide a departure from the Friday night norm.
An 'After-Show' party at the BFI's Benuga Bar and Kitchen will provide the opportunity to up the pace with DJ sets, drinks and a lot of dancing.
For tickets you can go here http://bfi.org.uk/whatson/bfi_southbank and check out here http://itsprettyfresh.com for details on next months venture with Adam Buxton and faces from Radiohead and Supergrass.