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THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975) - Frankenstein Forever Season

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  • dir. Jim Sharman
  • year. 1975
  • country. UK/ US
  • run time. 1 hour 40 mins
  • age. 15

£10.00 (£6.50 conc.) price includes goodie bag

Doors 19.00  Film 20.00

While driving home during a rain filled night, straight-laced lovebirds Brad Majors and Janet Weiss end up by chance at the castle of Dr. Frank-N-Furter and his strange and bizarre entourage, and find that he's having a party. This is no ordinary party, no ordinary night. This is the unveiling of the doctor's latest creation: Rocky Horror, a man-made Adonis that will give absolute pleasure. Join us for a sing-a-long, audience participation screening of the British cult and camp musical science-fiction classic harking back to the golden era of B-movie horror.

Dress to impress Dr Frank-N-Furter and get ready to do the TIME WARP AGAIN. ROCKY HORROR VIRGINS – don’t be scared, our compere will help you ease into the evening’s evenings!

Join us for a Meatloaf medley, spooky tunes and our season special Franken-cocktail in the bar until 2am to celebrate this Halloween weekend.

This screening launches our FRANKENSTEIN FOREVER season – a celebration of the cinematic legacy of Mary Shelley’s novel. Although there have been numerous straight adaptations of her gothic masterpiece, this season brings you some of the weirdest, wackiest and most bizarre films inspired by Shelley’s brilliant imagination. 2018 marks 200 years since the publication of Frankenstein. Reckon you can survive all six screenings? Collect your season card at The Rocky Horror Picture Show and get a stamp at every film to get your exclusive FRANKENSTEIN FOREVER tote bag.

Tickets available for the other screenings here:

Deptford Cinema’ new film and book club will also be screening Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein alongside reading the original novel on Sunday 4thNovember.

non-stop musical numbers, brilliant conflations of glam-rock and showtunes and transgressive sexual energy.
— The A.V. Club
One hundred minutes of pure queer celebration that manages to concoct a bizarre cocktail of sincerity and reckless abandon.
— Little White Lies
Not so much a movie as more of a long-running social phenomenon.
— Roger Ebert