The Dude Returns to the Vic Theatre November 28

The Vic Theatre will serve White Russians to honour the Dude

The Coen Brother’s ‘90s classic, The Big Lebowski, returns to the Vic Theatre for one night only this Saturday, Nov. 28. The star-packed cult classic will be one of the special Quote-along screenings, which encourages audience participation and engagement.

The cult following that has grown over the 17 years since its release is conveyed through Lebowski Fest which takes place in various cities across the States as well a religion with ‘Dudeist Priests’.

The Vic Theatre will serve White Russians to honour the Dude, as well as their regular variety of wine and beer. Screening is 19+ and doors will open at 6:30PM.

For more information about the Big Lebowski, visit the Vic Theatre website.

 

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