Saturday Night Fever (18)

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Box Office: 01308 424204
Opening Times:
10–3 Tues–Fri and 10–4 Sat

10.00pm – 2.00am

18, 1977, 118 mins

DIRECTOR John Badham
STARS John TravoltaKaren Lynn GorneyBarry Miller
STORY  “Tribal Rites of the New Saturday Night”,  by Nik Cohn
SCREENPLAY Norman Wexler
Venue – Bridport Art Centre

“. . . The new generation takes few risks; it graduates, looks for a job, endures. And once a week, on Saturday night, it explodes . . .”

Nominated, Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, Best Original Score – Motion Picture, Best Original Song – Motion Picture at the Golden Globes, USA 1978. 

Clad in crisp white suit and platform shoes, Oscar-nominated John Travolta will be strutting back onto the big screen. See this 1977 cult classic, where Travolta plays 19-year-old Brooklyn kid Tony Manero – whose slick weekend dance moves offer an escape from the mundanities of life.

Stuck in a dead-end job, Tony lives at home with his disapproving parents and dreams of a better life across the Brooklyn Bridge in Manhattan. He seizes the opportunity when a dance contest is launched, dumping his adoring partner Annette in favour of upwardly mobile Stephanie (Gorney).

A hugely influential, much- acclaimed box office smash, with a soundtrack featuring timeless Bee Gees classics including ‘Stayin Alive’ and ‘Night Fever’, don’t miss the rare chance to see Saturday Night Fever in its original cinematic glory.

We can tell by the way you use your walk that you are up for a night of Jive Talkin’ at Bridport Arts Centre which will be transformed into a 1970s Disco Inferno for the evening! 

So dust off your flares and break out your best moves!