The T-Birds and Pink Ladies are coming to Manchester, with free-flowing drinks and bottomless popcorn available all throughout the film.
Initially released as a musical in 1971 before becoming a smash-hit film starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, Grease depicts the lives and love story of greaser Danny Zuko and Australian transfer student Sandy Olsson at Rydell High.
Now, events company Project Popups is giving fans a chance to watch the wildly-popular film at a bottomless ‘singing cinema’ coming to Revolution Oxford Road next month.
During each 90-minute immersive event, Project Popups invites you to “step into [the] cinema and enjoy the biggest sing-along films with props to help you sing your heart out.”
Everyone is encouraged to “join in, dress up and have the time of your life.”
The event is bottomless – which means you can tuck into popcorn, sip Aperol Spritz, Prosecco, Bloody Marys and beers – all while you sing along to your heart’s content.
Alternatively, you can skip the booze and just stick to the popcorn and film if you wish.
The Bottomless Singing Cinema is arriving in Manchester on Sunday 15 August 2021.
Tickets are available from £25 per head – and you can grab yours here.
Featured Image – Paramount Pictures