Screen32 does Beetlejuice at Stretford Public Hall

Creative Tourist
Will da Costa

26 October 2019 Tickets from £5 — Book now

Fancy dress is fully encouraged at Stretford Public Hall this October, as Screen 32 transform the gothic ballroom into a hellish delight fit for Beetlejuice himself.

Legendary film director Tim Burton’s cult horror-comedy stars Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin as a pair of newly made ghosts who need a helping hand on the scare-front from Michael Keaton’s gonzo spirit.

In addition to Beetlejuice, Screen 32’s event will feature fabulous food by Stretford Canteen, a fully stocked bar and a DJ set to help you make a night of it.

26 October 2019 Tickets from £5 Book now

Accessibility

  • Audio Described
  • Relaxed

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