Friday, 6 March 2015

It's just a jump to the left......

And a step to the right!

Last night I was lucky enough to go to a screening of Rocky Horror Picture Show with my Hubby and some good friends at the Regal Cinema in Birmingham Gardens. Naturally, we dressed up for the event (well most of us)

Quick selfie before heading out

I'm fairly certain we had the only Eddie and Riff-Raff, we even had some people ask to take photos with my husband as Eddie. Not bad considering how much effort we put into his costume (which was very little) There was quite a few Columbias and Magentas, but I think our costumes were probably the closest to screen accurate

All the Costumes! Didn't we look Fabulous?

Magenta and Riff-Raff

Big Columbia and Mini Columbia

It went on like this for a while

Seriously, I don't think we took one straight faced photo together

Just your regular family photo...

The Arrival of FranknFurter and Rocky
Stolen from Gillian Burgess

More girls in costume, plus our lot in the background
Stolen from Gillian Burgess

Rocky, FranknFurter and lots of Transylvanians!
Stolen from Gillian Burgess

Rocky and Riff-Raff
Stolen from Gillian Burgess

Another Columbia and FranknFurter
Stolen from Gillian Burgess

Riff-Raff, Magenta, Columbia and Eddie!
Stolen from Gillian Burgess

Our no-neck Narrator, also the owner of the cinema
Stolen from Gillian Burgess

Winners of best dressed and furthest travelled, these guys came
all the way from Canberra!
Stolen from Gillian Burgess

It was a lot of fun, with everyone singing along to all the songs, toast, water pistols, newspapers and playing cards everywhere! They even had Bloody Marys ready on arrival, along with chips, chocolate and Frankfurts! and all for a $7 ticket!!!!

Looks like it is going to be Monty Python's Life of Brian for April (Good Friday) and BLUES BROTHERS for May. If you're local to Newcastle you should come and dress up with me and my crazy friends (especially for Blues Brothers) Just head to their website to see what's showing next, and to book your seats.

Dixie O'Dare

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