Tuesday, December 1, 2020

A Halloween night of horror that will have you shivering and sniggering

After 2018’s sold-out screening of Sleepy Hollow, Halloween film fright night returns to the National Civil War Centre’s Tudor Hall. This year’s film, chosen via public vote on Facebook, is set to send both chills and chuckles down your spine as it’s Mel Brooks’ cult horror comedy Young Frankenstein!

Starring the brilliant Gene Wilder, this hilarious parody follows a descendant of Mary Shelley’s mad scientist who, after severing all ties with his family history, inherits their estate, servant Igor and Victor Frankenstein’s research into re-animating the dead.

Don’t miss this fantastic evening in the chilling atmosphere of the authentic Tudor Hall, introduced by their resident film aficionado Adam Nightingale. A perfect way for adults to get in on the Halloween fun!

This spooktacular screening will be taking place in the Tudor Hall on Thursday 31st October at 7.30pm. Tickets, costing £5, are available on 01636 655765 or online at www.nationalcivilwarcentre.com/events.

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