What’s better than drinking at the movies? Drinking and singing at the movies. Head to the Randolph Theatre for Brew & View: Chicago Sing-Along. There’s singing. There’s cat-fighting. There’s fame hunger. It’s basically a 1920s Kardashian show… but better. Just be sure to bring your singing voice — words will be on-screen, and there will be plenty of liquid courage to make everyone a Broadway singer at this 19+ screening.
If you need a Chicago recap, this musical comedy crime film features Roxie Hart, a small-time chorus dancer, who would kill for fame. After doing just that, she ends up in jail, alongside vaudeville star Velma Kelly. With the help of hotshot lawyer Billy Flynn (played by the always dapper Richard Gere), Velma spins her crime into a media frenzy. Flynn takes on Roxie’s case, and makes her the latest tabloid sensation.
In addition to all the singing and drinking, you’ll be supporting a good cause: proceeds from 100 tickets of this performance will be donated to CANFAR.
Tickets are $15 and can be purchased here. Space is limited, so get your tickets in advance. You must be 19+ to attend. Cash bar. ATM on site.
📅 Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 | 7:30PM
📍 Randolph Theatre, 736 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON, Canada + 1 416 924 2243
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