An Evening Of Cheerleaders

An Evening Of Cheerleaders



18 Jul 19:00 - 22:00 - London
The Muse at 269 - Gallery / Studio

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Free Entry and Bring Your Own Drinks/Snacks (but please tidy after yourselves)

Films
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7pm
Putrid Cheerleaders (Dir. ???, 1970, USA, ???mins)
Details to follow

9pm
Swinging Cheerleaders (Dir. Jack Hill, 1974, USA, 91mins)
The Swinging Cheerleaders is a 1974 comedy-drama film written and directed by exploitation film auteur Jack Hill (who was credited for writing the film as Jane Witherspoon).



The film was also released under the titles Locker Room Girls and H.O.T.S. II. It is the sequel of sorts to the 1973 film The Cheerleaders, directed by Paul Glickler; and was itself followed by Revenge of the Cheerleaders (1976), directed by Richard Lerner; and The Great American Girl Robbery (1979) (aka Cheerleaders Wild Weekend), directed by Jeff Werner.

Theme
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Films to shake your pom poms at - Henry W. Targowski

Entry
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FREE Entry

The first film shall commence at 7pm, pause for a 10 minute break before the second film.

Address
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The Muse Gallery at 269
269 Portobello Rd, London W11 1LR
020 7792 8588

Nearest tube station is Ladbroke Grove Tube Station


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