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Sing-a-long-a Rocky Horror Picture Show

The Olympia Theatre, Friday 26th July 2019

Have you ever been to a film musical and had the uncontrollable urge to burst into song? The Rocky Horror Picture Show is the Campest Cult Classic of all time and now you can enjoy it like never before. Now with Sing-a-long-a you get on-screen lyrics and all the favourite sing-a-long-a features, and it's never been so much fun. Your live host will lead you through a choral warm-up, judge the fancy dress competition and award prizes but it is YOU, the audience, who are the stars as you howl the night away!

Made in 1975 with Tim Curry as Frank ‘n' Furter, Susan Sarandon as Janet, Richard O'Brien as Riff Raff and Meatloaf as Eddie, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is the craziest, most action-packed, romantic, scary Transylvanian party of all time. It's packed full of terrific numbers including The Timewarp, Sweet Transvestite, There's a Light, I'm Going Home, Whatever Happened To Saturday Night? and Science Fiction Double Feature.

Now at long last The Rocky Horror Picture Show gets what its been SCREAMING for – the full Sing-a-long-a treatment that you love so well. If you've done The Time Warp before, you'll never have done it quite like this!

Age suitability: This show can get quite raunchy, so parents of younger teenagers have been warned!


Date:
Friday 26th July 2019
Time:
11.30pm - 2.30am
Price:
€26+
Address:
Olympia Theatre, Dame Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Olympia Theatre, Dame Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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