Something peculiar this way comes…
Join us for an evening of storytelling and mystery as we celebrate Ransome Riggs’ gothic fantasy tale of time travel and transformation.
On Friday 9 November, we’re bringing Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children, to Garstang Library for a free interactive screening featuring crafts and a time-travel treasure hunt.
Based on the novel Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs, Tim Burton’s film adaptation follows 16-year-old Jacob Portman on an adventure that spans different worlds and times.
After he discovers mysterious clues left by his Grandfather, Jacob finds a magical island orphanage existing beyond space and time. There he meets the exceptional Miss Peregrine, who protects a group of orphaned (or ‘peculiar’) children, each with a signature ability, who are in danger from from a sinister threat.
What special powers will Jacob uncover?
Have the peculiars met their match with the sinister hollowgast?
Find out on 9 November.
Who knows, you may meet a real ymbryne…
Times: Doors will open at 6pm, with the film starting at 6:35pm.
Tickets: FREE – book here!
Dressing up is not essential, but is warmly encouraged!
Film info: Director:Tim Burton. Duration: 2h 7 mins. Cert: 12A
About us: We’re a Blackpool-based community cinema group that has been popping up in different Fylde Coast locations since 2011.
In 2017, we won Best Single Event at the UK Cinema For All Awards. We’re completely volunteer run and led; film is our passion as is dressing up and having lots of fun. Come and say hello!