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  • Sun
    21
    Sep
    2014

    A Hard Day's Night

    6pm

    The Byrd Theatre
    2908 W Cary St
    Richmond, VA, US

    Order tickets via Eventbrite:
    http://aharddaysnight.eventbrite.com/?aff=efbevent

    On Sunday, September 21, 2014, the Bijou Film Center will present a classic film followed by some splendid live music to launch its fundraising effort and begin putting the story of its mission before Richmond's movie-loving public.

    4 p.m.: Thirsty admirers of the eye-catching Beatlemania window in Bygones will cross the street to take advantage of a special Happy Hour getting underway at Portrait House, 2907 West Cary Street. It will offer Fab Four fans a selection of themed drink specials at attractive prices.

    6:05 p.m.: From the stage in front of the screen at The Byrd Theatre, James Parrish and Terry Rea will introduce the feature attraction, “A Hard Day’s Night” (1964), which is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The sound and picture have been newly restored. And, perhaps a wee surprise will be served up.

    6:30 p.m.: “A Hard Day’s Night,” starring the Beatles in their first movie, will be screened. Shot in glorious black and white the motion picture runs 87 minutes.

    8:15 p.m.: At the New York Deli, The Taters will start their first of two sets of live music. Drink specials will be available. And, yeah! yeah! yeah! The Taters will do some Beatles-related material.

    Admission to the screening will be $7 at the box office. Up until the day of the show, advance tickets will be available for $5 cash at Bygones Vintage Clothing and Steady Sounds (available beginning Friday, Sept. 5) and online at Eventbrite (available now) for $5 plus processing fee ($1.27).

    There will be no cover charge at the Portrait House or at the New York Deli -- free admission!

    The proceeds from the screening will be split evenly by the non-profit Byrd Theatre Foundation’s “Journey to the Seats” and the Bijou Film Center (a non-profit work-in-progress).