The Village Screen Presents Halloween Weekend: Beetlejuice at Victoria Baths

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The Village Screen Presents Halloween Weekend: Beetlejuice at Victoria Baths, Manchester 1 November 2019 Tickets from £11 — Book now

This Halloween, The Village Screen is transforming Manchester’s old Victorian water palace into a scary hollow of ghosts and ghouls with a selection of spooky favourites and creepy horrors.

It’s showtime! …On Friday 1st November The Village Screen is showing one of the best Halloween films of the 80’s – Beetlejuice. Dress up in your greatest Halloween attire, bring blankets and watch a classic Halloween film in a stunning location.

Ahead of the film, The Village Screen will be joined by some fantastic local street food traders, as well as a pop-up bar serving themed cocktails, wine, fizz, Thornbridge beers and hot drinks. The Village Screen resident DJ will also be on hand to provide your favourite tunes!

Audience members can choose to sit on either candy-striped deckchairs inside the Gala Pool to watch the film or on wooden seating overlooking the Gala Pool on the Balcony level.

The Village Screen Presents Halloween Weekend: Beetlejuice at Victoria Baths, Manchester 1 November 2019 Tickets from £11 Book now

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