Date & Time: Wednesday April 14th, 8:30pm. Gates open at 7:30pm.
Venue: Twilight Drive-In Theatre 260th St & Fraser Hwy, Langley
We loved seeing our community out for our Rocky Horror Picture Show drive-in in October so much that we’re doing it again! Join us on April 14 – the International Day of Pink – to celebrate queer, trans, and Two Spirit youth and to support Out In Schools with a drive-in screening of But I’m a Cheerleader.
Natasha Lyonne stars in this queer cult comedy that follows the hypersaturated misadventures of a young cheerleader coming to realize her sexuality. When Megan’s parents suspect she’s a lesbian due to her suggestive art collection and Melissa Ethrdige fandom, they send her to True Directions for conversion therapy. Helmed by Mary Brown (played by screen veteran Cathy Moriarty) and “ex-gay” Mike (the legendary RuPaul), Megan tries to straighten up her act while Graham, a proudly rebellious lesbian played by Clea DuVall, tries to show her a different path to happiness.
Join us for a night of campy springtime fun and celebrate queer, trans, and Two Spirit youth. Get in the spirit by throwing on your old cheerleading outfit or dressing up in your pink queer finery to show us what you’ve got! All proceeds go to Out In Schools.
Can’t make it to the drive-in? No worries! We’re also screening the film online. Pick the ticket that’s right for you – both screenings support Out In Schools!
This event takes place on unceded territories of the Stó:lō Nation (S’ólh Téméxw) and Kwantlen First Nation.