COME along to this fundraising movie screening of a "live and completely original Australian rock musical".
The film 'The Island of Doctor Moron' will be screened in Mittagong, and proceeds from the film will go to Friends of the Wingecarribee Animal Shelter (FOWAS).
Created and produced by Chris Dockrill - who will be present on the night - the film follows the adventures of Edwyna and Douggie who are shipwrecked on a mysterious South Sea island.
Mr Dockrill said the character of the "maniacal" Doctor Moron - played by American James Berkley Harrison III - reason for living was to "bring out the beast" in all of us.
"[He turns] his subjects into animals," he said.
"I hope none of them find their way to the Wingecarribee Animal Shelter, I'm not sure what Sandra Jones and her helpers would make of it."
The screening is the result of a collaboration between Mr Dockrill and mayor Larry Whipper.
Mr Whipper said he recognised the fundraising potential of this "cultural experience".
"I encourage you to use this opportunity to support FOWAS and also have a great rock musical treat," he said.
"It's going to be a great night of fun for audiences of all ages, and a great way to help this local group with much-needed funds."
This cinematic experience is for one night only at the Mittagong Playhouse. from 7.00pm on July 23.
Tickets are $20 for general seating, $12 children under 12, $!5 for concession and $15 for group bookings over 10 people.
To book, visit http://www.theislandofdoctormoron.com.au/