As it’s prom season, and we love a good prom almost as much as a good movie, we thought we’d combine our two favourite things, creating a list of the best prom scenes from the very best prom based movies.
Everything from horror and fashion fails, to important messages and personal breakthrough moments, we’ve covered it all.
“There is a place like no place on earth. A land full of wonder, mystery and danger! Some say, to survive it you need to be mad as a hatter. Which luckily I am”
Time to tumble down the rabbit hole and follow the White Rabbit all the way to Mulholland Singing Diner, where he’ll be joining a colourful cast of Wonderland characters at the Madhatters Afternoon Tea Party.
You’ve Not Gone Mad . . . Yet
At Mulholland Singing Diner we’re turning our world topsy, turvy for an amazing afternoon tea party hosted by our very own Madhatter.
Enter an enchanting venue, where a world of wonders awaits and bring the whole family together. There’s room for everyone.
We’re inviting you all in to be as mad as you like, whilst enjoying the company of the Hatter and all his friends. There’ll be fun themed games and the chance to enjoy all the best bits of Wonderland, in one whacky afternoon of interactive activities.
Best of all your ticket to this extraordinary tea party includes a selection of specially made sandwiches, crazy cakes and perfect little pastries and of course plenty of tea.
At Arthouse Hotel, our fabulous film themed rooms bring all the magic of the movies from the big screen to your luxury suite, so you can enjoy a one of a kind hotel experience in Liverpool.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is one of the most marvellously magical movies of all time and it comes as no surprise that there is plenty of fun, weird and fairly frightening facts about the making of such a fantastic movie.
My Fair Lady is one of the most beloved musicals of all time and the inspiration behind one of the musical movie themed hotel rooms at Arthouse Hotel.
Filmed in 1964 with an all-star cast including Rex Harrison who played Higgins, a phonetics professor with a rather large ego and Audrey Hepburn as Eliza Doolittle, a working-class girl from the bustling city of London.