Tickets are now on sale for the next of Lower Blue Mountains Rotary’ popular charity movie nights – Ladies in Black - at the Glenbrook Cinema.
Just $20 for tasty finger food, beverages and a movie ticket represents great value
Set in one of Sydney’s major Department stores in the 1950s, Ladies in Black has been acclaimed as the latest movie hit for Australia’s premier movie Director Bruce Beresford.
Driving Miss Daisy and Breaker Morant are among the Director’s biggest hits.
All recent Rotary charity movie nights at Glenbrook Cinema have been ‘sold out’ and Ladies in Black will be no exception.
A ‘black business attire’ theme has been adopted for the night – Sunday, October 14 – and another light hearted evening of great entertainment is certain. Prizes will be awarded to the best dressed ‘Ladies in Black’ and their male escorts.
Bookings are with Rotarian Pamela Noal on 0447 778 870.
Doors to the Glenbrook Cinema Hall will open at 6 pm for finger food and refreshments, best dressed prizes will be presented at 7 pm and seating will commence at 7.15 pm.
Proceeds from the charity night will benefit Rotary’s youth programs in the Lower Mountains – Books for Schools, Primary School citizenship awards, mentoring youth, Rotary Youth Leadership awards, and maternal and child care in developing nations.