Make A Scene’s Ab-Fab-A-Thon at Texture, Manchester

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor

Make A Scene’s Ab Fab and French & Saunders A Thon! at Texture Manchester, 24 November 2017 Tickets from £10.00 — Book now

Make A Scene – Manchester’s self-styled “big gay film club” – return to Northern Quarter venue Texture this November and this time they’re turning their attention to television. They’re inviting fans to indulge in a three-hour Ab-Fab-A-Thon featuring cocktails, games, catwalks, audience interaction and “a drunken commentary” from your host Gary Williams. There’ll be top French and Saunders sketches, Absolutely Fabulous episodes – pre-selected by audience vote prior to the event – and an appearance by drag queen Grace Oni Smith who’ll be in character as Joanna Lumley’s iconic fashionista Pasty Stone.

Previous events including a ‘Sing-A-Long, Flower-Arrange-A-Long screening of Little Shop of Horrors’ and a ‘Way-Too-Interactive Screening of Hairspray’ have been sold out and met with massive acclaim so we’d urge you to snap up tickets whilst they’re available. Oh, and remember to dress to impress as there’ll be prizes for the best Ab-Fab themed outfits.

Make A Scene’s Ab Fab and French & Saunders A Thon! at Texture Manchester, 24 November 2017 Tickets from £10.00 Book now

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