Clay Shed Fundraiser: GHOST movie plus pottery throwing demo and tarot readings
July 5, 2019 –
The Clay Shed group at the Old School Arts Centre are having a fundraiser for the Creative Space building.
The Clay Shed brings you Ghost, the classic tale of love, double-dealing, spirits, pottery wheels and physics on Friday 5 July.
At Raglan Old School Arts Centre on Friday July 5th
Doors and foyer bar open at 6.30pm. Pottery and tarot from 6:30
Movie screens at 7:30pm
Entry by donation (suggested $10)
Come along for a fun night:
From 6.30pm there will be a pottery throwing demonstration with the opportunity for watchers to have a go and have their photo taken.
Plus tarot readings.
Mulled wine, fresh home baking and popcorn made on the spot.
Foyer bar will be open.
Then at about 7.30pm, a screening of the classic 1990 movie GHOST.That Sexy Pottery Scene Became One of the Most Romantic Movie Moments Ever:
Academy Award and Golden Globe-winning romance fantasy starring Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze as ill-fated soul mates, separated by a tragic murder.
New York couple Sam (Swayze) and Molly (Moore) are mugged on a night out, and Sam is shot dead. Sam leaves his body but discovers that he is still present in this life in ghostly form.
From observing Molly and his old business partner Carl (Tony Goldwyn), Sam learns that his death was no random act and Carl has designs on both his money and his wife. He tries to send a message to Molly through psychic scam artist Oda Mae Brown (Whoopie Goldberg in an Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA-winning performance), who's as surprised as anyone to discover that she can actually commune with the dead. The unlikely team must make Molly believe in Sam's presence in a race to see justice served.
Winner of Best Screenplay and Supporting Actress (Goldberg), Academy Awards 1991. Winner of Best Supporting Actress (Goldberg) at the Golden Globes and BAFTAs 1991.
Directed by Jerry Zucker
Starring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, Whoopie Goldberg, Tony Goldwyn, Rick Aviles, Vincent Schiavelli
Written by Bruce Joel Rubin
Drama, Fantasy, Romance | 127 mins M Violence and offensive language | USA