Disco night at the pleasure Dome

THE golden age of disco will be reborn in the second part of the Saturday Night Fever 40th anniversary at the Dome Room next week.

The event’s organiser James Packman was born at the tail-end of the flared pants, bad hair and platform shoes decade but he digs the disco, baby.

“We held the screening of the Saturday Night Fever 40th anniversary earlier this year. This is part two of that celebration,” he said.

Groovers can look forward to a 70s nighclub atmosphere with mirror balls, flashing lights and a playlist that includes 50 of the biggest hits from the 70s.

A giant mirrorball will be projected onto the Dome’s movie screen.

“We will also screen classic clips from 70s movies. A TV screen in the foyer will screen 1970s commercials and disco videos,” Packman said.

Patrons are encouraged to dress in 70s clobber, to borrow a term from that decade for clothes.

Funds raised from the night will go towards upgrading the boutique cinema’s technology.

THE golden age of disco will be reborn in the second part of the Saturday Night Fever 40th anniversary at the Dome Room next week.

The event’s organiser James Packman was born at the tail-end of the flared pants, bad hair and platform shoes decade but he digs the disco, baby.

“We held the screening of the Saturday Night Fever 40th anniversary earlier this year. This is part two of that celebration,” he said.

Groovers can look forward to a 70s nighclub atmosphere with mirror balls, flashing lights and a playlist that includes 50 of the biggest hits from the 70s.

A giant mirrorball will be projected onto the Dome’s movie screen.

“We will also screen classic clips from 70s movies. A TV screen in the foyer will screen 1970s commercials and disco videos,” Packman said.

Patrons are encouraged to dress in 70s clobber, to borrow a term from that decade for clothes.

Funds raised from the night will go towards upgrading the boutique cinema’s technology.

Discotravaganza — Go Get Funcked, the Dome, September 30 (9pm) Presales $10 from The Aviary or after hours call James Packman at 027 536 8096 for bookings.

Door sales $15.

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