The scarier the better at the Gaiety Theatre which is hosting a Halloween Special on Saturday night.
‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ will screen from 8pm and the fun night will include a costume party with prizes for the best dressed.
Tickets are $20 and includes a drink.
The Gaiety also has a series of premiere movies including Thursday's screening of ‘The War with Grandpa’, a kids and family movie starring Robert De Niro and screening from 5.30pm.
The New Zealand comedy ‘Baby Done’ will also premiere Thursday at 8pm.
Saturday will see the much-anticipated animated family film ‘100% Wolf’ which will screen at 2pm and on Sunday from 2pm.
The Gaiety Movie Lovers Nights continue with ‘Samson and Delilah’ screening next Wednesday, November 4, from 5.30pm.
This is a one night only screening of this classic which mixes drama with history and romance.
The British romantic comedy ‘Notting Hill’ is the feature film for the Gaiety Theatre’s Wine and Cheese evening, next Thursday, November 5.
Starring Julie Roberts and Hugh Grant, Notting Hill is a movie about William, a British bookseller, who meets and falls in love with Anna, a high-profile American actress.
Tickets are $25, the bar opens at 5.30pm and the movie screens from 6.30pm.
28 October 2020
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