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SUNSET 2018 OUTDOOR CINEMA
Supported by Film Hub South West, part of the BFI Film Audience Network, awarding funds from the National Lottery, The Partnership Foundation, Friends of Cumberland Museum and Havant & South Downs College.
Saturday 23 June 9.30pm, at Cumberland Museum Butterfly
Garden HAIRSPRAY (1988)
Cert PG | 92min
Hairspray is perhaps John Waters’ most accessible film, and as such, it’s a gently subversive slice of retro hilarity. Forever interested in the kitsch built into past eras, director John Waters chooses the TV dance show craze of the early ’60s for his playful focus in Hairspray. Ricki Lake plays Tracy Turnblad, just one of several alliteratively named characters coming of age in 1962 Baltimore, where “The Corny Collins Show” is. Come along with your costumes and crazy wigs.