Join us for an evening of mischief and magic as we celebrate Roald Dahl’s deliciously dark tale of spells, secrets and making the world’s children disappear!
On Friday 26 October, we’re bringing The Witches, to Lytham Assembly Rooms for a smashing family-friendly interactive Halloween screening featuring crafts and face-painting.
Grandma has taught nine-year-old Luke well, he knows all about folk lore and most importantly, how to spot a witch. What a stroke of luck! While on holiday at the seaside he discovers that he’s staying in the same hotel as a coven, who are hatching a plan to eliminate the things they hate most… children.
Can Luke and grandma stop the witches before all of England’s children are transformed?
Have they met their match with the terrifying Grand High Witch?
Find out on 26 October. Who knows, you may meet a real witch…
Times: Doors will open at 17:30, with the film starting at 18:30.
Tickets: Adult/child (includes crafts) £6.50. Accompanying adults (no crafts) £5.50. No booking fees.
Dressing up is not essential, but is warmly encouraged!
Film info: The Witches (1990). Director: Nicolas Roeg. Duration: 1h 31 mins. Cert: PG
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!