The White Rabbit Cabaret

The White Rabbit Cabaret

Located in the heart of Fountain Square, The White Rabbit Cabaret features an ever-changing calendar of live entertainment. We host national and local musical headliners, cabaret and burlesque, stand-up and improv comedy, and movie screenings. Hop on down to The Rabbit and make sure to check out WRC’s own The Burlesque Bingo Bango Show, Hasenpfeffer, Let’s Make A Date, Burlesque Ballyhoo, and Lloyd & Harvey's Wowie Zowie Show. All shows are 21+ w/ Valid ID to enter. No Reservations with all seating first come, first served and tickets can be purchased at the door with cash (unless noted otherwise noted). 

 Hop on down to The White Rabbit Cabaret and we will see you soon. 

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Frankie's Flicks presents TOP GUN (80s Summer Blockbuster for a Buck Series)

Frankie's Flicks presents 80s Summer Blockbusters for a Buck Series

First Feature Presentation - TOP GUN

That's right, Frankie must have yacht fever, instead of the crazy cult movies Frankie's gone totally mainstream and totally 80s! Frankie must be going bonkers because every flick in the series is only a buck! What a deal! Grab your gang and head down to the Rabbit for this series of big-time blockbusters! 

Do you feel the need, the need for speed? Join Maverick, Goose and Frankie for a box of popcorn and 

Doors, Drinks and Snack at 7pm

NEW EARLIER SHOWTIME at 8pm

$1 cash at the door or click on the link below for FREE tickets. 

80s Blockbusters for a Buck Series

Top Gun - June 29

Raiders of the Lost Ark - July 11

Back to the Future - August 10


Devil-may-care navy pilot Pete Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is sent to Miramar Naval Air Station for advanced training. Here he vies with Tom Kasansky (Val Kilmer) for the coveted "Top Gun" award. When not so occupied, Mitchell carries on a romance with civilian consultant Charlotte Blackwood (Kelly McGillis). Shaken up by the death of a friend, Mitchell loses the Top Gun honor to Kasansky. Worried that he may have lost his nerve, Mitchell is given a chance to redeem himself during a tense international crisis involving a crippled US vessel and a flock of predatory enemy planes. The story wasn't new in 1986, but Top Gun scored with audiences on the strength of its visuals, especially the vertigo-inducing aerial sequences. The film made more money than any other film in 1986 and even spawned a 1989 takeoff, Hot Shots. An Academy Award went to the Giogio Moroder-Tom Whitlock song "Take My Breath Away."


Must be 21+ with Valid ID / All Seating is First Come, First Served 

 

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