Rocky Horror Interactive Screening For Telethon

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Rocky Horror Interactive Screening For Telethon
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*****THURSDAY NIGHT!******
It's past our bedtime and things are about to get weird. Yup, it's our annual Rocky Horror extravaganza at Burswood! If you’ve never seen an outdoor cinema full of men dressed as women, women dressed as lingerie models, lingerie models dressed as aliens, and people dressed entirely in glow-sticks, armed with water pistols, rice and newspapers, singing bizarro songs and shouting the odd swear-word into the night, what have you been doing with your life?


THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW was a Perth cult institution in the 80s, where it screened at the old Liberty Cinema in Barrack Street every Friday at midnight for over 5 years. We only screen it one night a year, but oh what a night it is.

So get your costumes ready, or not, whatever makes you happy, and grab your tickets online now. We recommend going for the Time-Warp or Frankenfurter deluxe package deals which include a showbag with all the items you need to participate (you can purchase your bag on the night but there are a limited quantity available). All profits go to Telethon to help WA kids in need.

Gates open at 6:30pm, screening at 7:45pm.
This annual convention of crazy is not to be missed, so invite your friends and don't, um, miss it. Any questions, hit us up below.
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By: Community Cinemas

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