The Village Screen: Halloween Screenings at Peak Cavern

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor

The Village Screen: Halloween Screenings at Peak Cavern, 23 — 31 October 2020 Tickets from £22 — Book now

This October, The Village Screen are at Castleton’s Peak Cavern with a truly memorable Halloween cinema experience. The pop up cinema specialists have scheduled a week of spooky films set in the memorable surrounds of the cave affectionately dubbed “The Devil’s Arse”

There’s a range of films on offer, with something suitable for scaredy-cats and seasoned horror fanatics alike. Filmgoers can book now for family friendly fare such as Addams Family Values (25 Oct) and a Halloween night showing of Hocus Pocus (Oct 31). Screenings of Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice (23 Oct), the latest adaptation of Stephen King’s It (24 Oct) and Jordan Peele’s doppelgänger scarefest Us (30 Oct) are certified for ages 15 and over.

As with all Village Screen events, there’s street food available beforehand, while the cave will be soundtracked by a DJ prior to the film. Once in your seat there will be the option to order drinks and cinema snacks via an online service.

Given the times that we’re in, all furniture, surfaces and customer toilets will be frequently sanitised by Village Screen staff and there will be multiple handwashing facilities on site for guests too.

The Village Screen: Halloween Screenings at Peak Cavern, 23 — 31 October 2020 Tickets from £22 Book now

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Castleton Visitor Centre

Castleton Visitor Centre is the premier visitor centre in the Peak District National Park, with information displays, a dedicated space for Castleton Historical Society’s museum, a retail area, activities space, and café.

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Hathersage Swimming Pool

Hathersage swimming pool in the Peak District has been a staple of the community for more than 80 years and is one of the few places out in the open air where you can experience both chilled and heated waters.

Eyam Hall
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Eyam Hall

Previously controlled by the National Trust, now back under the management of the Wright family. Old farm buildings adjacent to the Hall are home to artisanal shops and cafes.

Palace Hotel Buxton & Spa

Designed in the style of a French chateau, this impressive hotel has sat proudly on its hill overlooking Buxton for over 150 years.

Vintage Tea Rooms Buxton

The Vintage Tea Rooms is currently offering a selection of its favourites for take away including tortes, home baked cakes and its famous scones bursting with cream and jam.

RedWillow Buxton
RedWillow Buxton

Located in an elegantly remodelled Edwardian bank in the heart of the town, the Red Willow is one of our favourite watering holes in Buxton.

The Herb Garden Vegetarian Bistro

Enjoy the Herb Garden at Home service means that if you place your order by 3pm you can enjoy a next day delivery service of all your favourites including Vegetable and Bean Tagine, Mousssaka and Spaghetti alla Puttanesca.

Simply Thai Restaurant

The restaurant is currently open every day for takeaway with 10% discount when ordered form the main menu on collection and free evening delivery (without discount) within 2 miles radius for minimum order of £30.

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