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Quote-A-Long Eat-Pizza-A-Long Very Merry Interactive Home Alone Showing supported by Crazy Pedro’s Pizza Parlour
It's very nearly Christmas - and nobody wants to be all alone at Christmas - so come join Manchester's queer film club for one of their world famous interactive showings...and what festive film deserves the hands on treatment that Chris Colombus and John Hughes' holiday home invasion comedy Home Alone?
After their sold out debut interactive showing last month – a ‘Sing A Long, Flower Arrange A Long screening of Little Shop of Horrors!’ - Make A Scene are back at Texture putting their interactive spin on Home Alone with a special Quote A Long, Eat Pizza A Long Interactive Film Showing!
Home Alone has to be one of the most quoteable films of the 90s and audience members will be encouraged to shout out their favourite lines and boo their least favourite characters (Uncle Frank, anyone?). The film showing will even get a visit from a real life pizza delivery boy from Crazy Pedro's new Northern Quarter Pizza Parlour (serving a special Kevin McCallister inspired cheese pizza and their brand new Christmas themed pizza!)
There'll also be booby traps, a roaring fire, Christmas cocktails, a Christmas house party (with soundtrack by Drunk At Vogue's Thom Docking) and we’ll have drama from our resident drag queen Grace Oni Smith (playing Mrs McCallister) when she is reunited Jeremy Kyle-style with Kevin (played by Manchester drag queen Violet Blonde), who has a shocking revelation for his Mom!
Make A Scene will also be donating money from your ticket to LGBT Homeless Charity Albert Kennedy Trust on your behalf to make sure we help out those who are less fortunate than us at this time of year.
There’ll even be 90s Christmas gifts and cocktail prizes for audience members who come wearing their ugliest Christmas jumper plus Crazy Pedros will be offering happy hour prices all day and night at Crazy Pedros NQ for Make A Scene ticket holders. 2-4-1 Cocktails, cheap plonk, £10 for full pizza, £2 a slice. Open 4pm - 4am.Read More at www.skiddle.com
story published on Wed, 23 Nov 2016
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