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A review page including images is now available for this screening. GOClick here.

Royal Albert Hall presents a night of absolute pleasure

Rocky Horror Picture Show @ Royal Albert Hall The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Royal Albert Hall
Thursday 13 November at 7:30pm

Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP

Tickets £14.74-£28 (inc booking fees)

Box Office 020 7589 8212


We've also now heard that Patricia Quinn will be introducing the movie!


We asked you to answer this simple question for your chance to win one of two pairs of tickets to the screening on the 13th November...........

The Royal Albert Hall is best known for holding an annual season of concerts each summer since 1941, but what are they called?

And of course it was.............B: The Proms

The winners were...........

Angela Baldock and Lucinda Laffey

Well done to you both.

From the official press release................

For the first time since its release almost 40 years ago, the Rocky Horror Picture Show is to be given a special screening at the Royal Albert Hall next month.

The 1975 cult classic is coming to the famous venue for one night only, on Thursday 13 November, for its legion of fans to enjoy a special screening in one of the world's most iconic buildings.

Jasper Hope, Chief Operating Officer at the Royal Albert Hall, said: "Audience participation is always part of the deal when the Rocky Horror Picture Show is screened and it's our absolute pleasure to be able to present this cult classic in the majestic setting of the Royal Albert Hall for thousands to enjoy."

Nearly 40 years on from its release, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is firmly established as both a critical and popular favourite.

Empire's Adam Smith called it "simply a cult classic. See it once and laugh about it at dinner parties for the rest of your adult life. Or go along to the interactive viewings, dress up, and sing along. It's your call."

TV Guide said: "The film itself is a lot of fun -- but the audience-participation phenomenon has turned it into a one-of-a-kind cinematic experience", while Andy Tweddle of Little White Lies recently wrote: "Everybody absolutely loves it … this gaudy pastiche of B-movie science fiction and horror is a musical like no other and its iconic status is totally deserved."

The screening is a co-promotion between the Royal Albert Hall and Apollo Digital.

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