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Rocky Horror Picture Show set to rock out at the Twin Towns

Time Warp will perform at Twin Towns next month. Photo: Contributed
Time Warp will perform at Twin Towns next month. Photo: Contributed Contributed

CULT classic the Rocky Horror Picture Show is set to dazzle at Twin Towns Services Club.

On February 22 Time Warp - A Musical Tribute to Rocky Horror will make your mouth drop.

"It's for oldies and youngies," said director Elissa Meyer-Thomas.

"It will get you belly-laughing."

The tribute all started out as a short corporate events show but soon grew to a two part 45 minute production.

Ms Meyer-Thomas said the show takes the basic storyline of the cult classic but twists to keep within the tribute laws.

It also turns up the sexy content with ad-lib comedy and audience participation.

"The story starts with a few filthy jokes from Brad Majors at his wedding to Janet," she said.

"Then with a bit of a mind flip, we're into the time slip, and back to when he first proposed to Janet and the fateful rainy night that followed.

"We're even a bit more risqué as it's a satire of the original."

The story promises to be a good night out with the Twin Town shows always selling out.

"We get a bit disappointed if we don't perform to a full house," Ms Meyer-Thomas said.

"Twin Towns is one of our favourite venues and is usually one of our biggest shows."

Tickets are $28 and can be purchased from twintowns.com.au or by calling 1800 014 014.

What is your favorite Rocky Horror Picture Show song?

This poll ended on 17 February 2013.

Science fiction - 0%

Dammit Janet - 0%

Time Warp - 66%

Sweet transvestite - 33%

Touch-a, touch-a, touch-a, touch me - 0%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Topics:  rocky horror picture show, twin towns



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