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Top Hat (1935)


Venue

Raffertys Theatre

Dates

11 November - 13 November 2019

Event Type

Cinema Screening

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers star in
TOP HAT (1935)
Featuring music and lyrics by Irving Berlin


Renowned as the quintessential Astaire Rogers film, this tip top musical comedy taps its way back onto the big screen for a limited time!

Debonaire singer and dancer Jerry Travers receives a romantic wake-up call when his No Strings hotel room dance disturbs the beautiful sleeping beauty, Dale Tremont, staying downstairs. Love beckons until Dale gets the wrong end of the stick, that Jerry is a married playboy.

Top Hat has it all – Art Deco elegance, a whimsical story line and an abundance of chemistry between the stars check-to-cheeking to Irving Berlin’s fine score. Featuring hits including Top Hat, White Tie and TailsCheek to Cheek and the dreamy Isn’t This A Lovely Day (To Be Caught in the Rain) the Academy Award nominated classic will have you laughing and singing along.

Classification
G – General


Dates & Times

Weekday Matinee Screenings (Include tea/coffee and biscuits served from 10am)
Monday 11 November 2019 at 10:30am
Wednesday 13 November 2019 at 10:30am



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Top Hat (1935)

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Duration

1 hour 41 minutes (No interval)

Getting Here

Riverside Membership

30 Club

Dining at Novotel

Local Dining


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