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May Movie – Labyrinth (with David Bowie!)

May 23rd, 2015 · No Comments

Wednesday, May 27th, 7:30PM


The Balboa Theatre and SF in SF present the ultimate fantastic fantasy film staring David Bowie, Jennifer Connolly
Toby Froud, Warwick Davis & Kenny Baker.

Left home to babysit her little brother Toby, Sarah resorts to storytelling to keep him from crying at bedtime…but what to do when he won’t stop crying? Sarah’s story inadvertently conjures the fearsome Goblin King, Jareth, who forces her to race against time and his mysterious Labyrinth when he steals Toby away from her. She must rescue her brother, or he will became a goblin, forever…

A classic, directed by Jim Henson, screenplay by Terry Jones (Monty Python), with the magic of Brian Froud’s costume design and the genius of the Jim Henson Creature Shop (Hoggle!) — and David Bowie chewing up the scenery — it’s not to be missed!

$10 per person
Buy your tickets here!
OR, at the box office 1 hour before showtime

Beer and wine for sale at the concession stand. Don’t forget to grab a raffle ticket for prizes as you enter the theatre!

The Balboa Theatre
3630 Balboa Street between 37th & 38th Street, SF, CA
(415) 221-8184

Come early and dine in the area – lots of good eats around the Balboa!
Street parking is metered til 6PM

Support your local independent MOVIE THEATRE!

The Balboa is a historic theatre, built in 1928, and one of only a dozen neighborhood movie theatres still remaining in San Francisco – where there used to be over a hundred! To help support and keep what little we have left — including fantastic movie palaces like the Balboa, the Vogue, the Castro — you can become a member of the San Francisco Neighborhood Theatre Foundation! Learn more and donate here.

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