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VHS Club At The Old Bar

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July 2, 2012
6:00 pm

Unplug that blu-ray player! Turn off that 42 inch wall mounted flat screen television! Tell that Foxtel sales rep to stop peering at you through your bedroom window! And get down to the Old Bar, for some cult classic, VHS quality movie viewing.

The weekly VHS Club at the Old Bar in Fitzroy gives you the opportunity to revisit some of your favourite videos from the ’80s. Remember Porky’s? Who could forget Porky’s 2. Or maybe you preferred Porky’s Revenge? See all these films and more!

Lovingly sourced from many an op-shop, Old Bar brings you a different film every Monday night, and, you guessed it, it’s free!

WHEN: Weekly at 6pm from Monday 30 April – 2 July 2012
WHERE: Old Bar, 74-76 Johnston Street, Fitzroy
WEB: www.theoldbar.com.au


Entertainment

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