Popular Town in Bucks County to Host Outdoor Screening of Halloween Classic This October

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Gates will open at 5:30 PM and the movie is set to begin at 7 PM.

Several organizations have come together to set up a widely popular Halloween movie to be shown in a Bucks County town this fall.

The Doylestown Pride Festival, along with the local County Theater and The Moving Picture Cinema, will be showing “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” on an outdoor screen at Broad Commons Park on Oct. 11. The organization will be hosting this in conjunction with “National Coming Out Day”.

Gates will open at 5:30 PM and the movie is set to begin at 7 PM. While the film is known for its tradition of audience members throwing items at the screen, organizers ask those in attendance to refrain from this.

A rain date is set for Oct. 12.

“A fast-paced potpourri of camp, sci-fi and rock ‘n’ roll. The Rocky Horror Picture Show tells the story of a newly engaged, yet naïve couple, Brad and Janet, who after breaking down in an isolated area, seeks shelter at the bizarre residence of the “sweet transvestite from Transylvania” Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry),” the County Theater said online.

“With the support of Doylestown Pride, we’re excited to bring ROCKY HORROR back to the Doylestown community this October!”

Learn more at the Doylestown Pride Festival.


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