The exploits of four sassy singletons living in Manhattan captured the imagination of millions of television fans.
Now the eagerly anticipated Sex and the City feature film has had its premiere and the Tricycle Cinema, in Kilburn, is hosting a special cocktail night screening next Wednesday, June 4, at 8pm.
The Emmy award-winning TV show, which ran from 1998 to 2004, followed the lives of New York fashionistas and firm friends Miranda, Charlotte, Samantha and central character Carrie.
Their trials and tribulations kept viewers - male and female - glued to their TV sets on both sides of the Atlantic, not least for their eye-openingly frank discussions about love, work and religion.
Set four years after the dramatic finalé of the show, Sex and the City: The Movie picks up the old plot lines but introduces new twists. Sarah Jessica Parker resumes her role as Vogue writer Carrie Bradshaw, as does Chris Noth, as Carrie's beau, Mr Big.
They are joined by the other much-loved regular cast members, reuniting the team for the silver screen.
To celebrate the screening at Tricycle Cinema, in Kilburn High Road, the Observer has three pairs of complimentary tickets up for grabs. The prize includes a free rum cocktail.
TO BE in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets for this special screening, just answer the following question correctly:
Q: In which American city was Sex and The City set?
Send your answer on a postcard, with your name, address and a daytime telephone number, to Sex and The City competition, Harrow Observer, 5th floor, Congress House, Lyon Road, Harrow, HA1 2EN or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your entry should reach us by 5pm on Monday, June 2.