Three Can’t Stop the Serenity founding cities are holding events this weekend!
First up on Friday the Browncoats of NYC have joined with Equality Now for a CSTS 10th Anniversary celebration screening and dinner at Jing Fong’s! It will be a night not to be missed with a costume contest, dancing, live auction and of course the big damn movie.
Sean Faust, making his second CSTS appearance in a week, will be performing live and leading a Hero of Canton sing along. Entry includes dinner, a door prize ticket, a special thank you and 1 adult drink coupon and is just $35. Get your tickets online here now as they may not be available at the door!
CSTS then breaks atmo in Vancouver at the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre this Saturday with a huge afternoon event that includes Serenity, "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" (screened by permission from Time Science Blood Club, LLC. ©Time Science Blood Club, LLC. All rights reserved.), an Evil Laugh and costume contests. In keeping with CSTS Vancouver’s tradition of showcasing local artists they will be screening Quintipus by local filmmaker Victoria Angell, as well as featuring items from several local artists including Seth Rutledge and Francois Cannels.
But that’s not all! There’ll be games of Name that Tune, Whedon Trivia Bingo plus silent and live auctions. You can see some of the goodies here. Tickets are just $15 at the door or $16 via the Ticket button on the website.
Also on Saturday Denver celebrates their tenth year with a sold out CSTS screening event at the Alamo Drafthouse! The Alamo is a new and bigger venue for CSTS Denver so we’re thrilled to hear it’s sold out. There is a waitlist for tickets, no guarantees but you never know, contact firstname.lastname@example.org . And just look at the shiny they’ve got for raffles and prizes. If you missed out on tickets don't forget to grab them early next year!
If these events aren’t local to you, have you checked our Find an Event page? And it’s not too late to register an event, you can find all the essential info here.
Up next week Norfolk!