Grease | 40th Anniversary

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It’s 1958, summer is over and the hormonally-charged seniors of Rydell High are reluctantly returning to school, ready to fall back in with old friends and trade stories of the previous months’ conquests. Danny Zuko, leader of a local greaser gang called the T-Birds, brags to his crew about nights of passion spent on the beach with a mystery girl. Elsewhere, sweet Sandy Olsson – the new girl in town – is taken under the wing of the no-nonsense Pink Ladies and shares fond memories of a brief romance with an unknown sweetheart.

When it turns out that Danny and Sandy’s mismatched tales are about each other, Sandy is humiliated and Danny has to win her back. To do so, he’ll have to negotiate all of the romantic rites of passage a teenager in America’s golden age could imagine: jiving school dances, awkward drive-in movies, deadly drag-races and the looming threat of graduation.

Join the gang for a special screening to celebrate the 40th anniversary of this stone-cold classic!

15 Responses to “Grease | 40th Anniversary”

  1. Jordan Kelly says:


    Can I book tickets please?


  2. Elizabeth says:

    Can you pre book tickets for this ?

  3. Christina Martin says:

    How can I book two tickets
    Than you

    • James says:

      Hi Christina,

      You can only get tickets at our box office. We don’t reserve tickets online or over the phone.


  4. Lorraine says:

    How much are the tickets please

  5. Megan says:

    Hi, is there any tickets left for this? Thanks.

    • James says:

      Hi Megan,

      We still have tickets available for Grease, you’ll need to pick them up at the box office


  6. Megan says:

    Hi I am 14 so how much are the tickets for me and what time does it finish

  7. Anna says:

    Hey, would I still be able to purchase 2 tickets at the door tomorrow?

  8. Are there any ticket left for tomorrow please?

  9. Liz says:

    Hi, in August 1978 I won a competition to get free tickets at the classic ( now the plaza) to see grease. I went with my new boyfriend. I was 14 and he 16. We had started going out that month. We have been married 31 years now! Still have the press cutting from the Crosby herald. Thanks to the cinema.

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