Hocus Pocus & The Craft Halloween Special at Gorilla

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Hocus Pocus & The Craft Halloween Special at Gorilla, Manchester 31 October 2018 Tickets from £10 — Book now

Continuing the tradition of their annual sell-out Halloween bashes, RAD Screenings are back at Gorilla with another spooky double bill. This year RAD gets witchy and bitchy as they bring Disney comedy horror Hocus Pocus and the teen cult masterpiece The Craft to the big screen.

Hocus Pocus & The Craft Halloween Special at Gorilla, Manchester 31 October 2018 Tickets from £10 Book now

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