Time & Location
28 Oct, 17:30
Bombed Out Church, Leece St, Liverpool L1 2TR, UK
About the Event
Ghoulish film goodies are coming your way! Get ready for some classics and nostalgic cinema scares at one of Liverpool’s most beloved venues.
Saturday 28th October:
12A Screening: Beetlejuice. Doors 5:30pm. Start 6:00PM
18+ Screening: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984). Doors 7:45pm. Start 8:15PM
Tuesday 31st October:
18+ Screening: The Exorcist (Director's Cut) (1974). Doors 7:00. Start 7:30PM
WE EXPECT TO SEE YOU DRESSED TO IMPRESS THE DEAD! We want Beetlejuices, Lydia Deetzs, Freddy Kruegers, Vampires, Witches, Clowns... you name it, we want this church ruin to be filled with characters! 💀🩸🧛 We'll be joining in too!
Bring your blankets, cushions and comfy jackets to get cosy in or to hide from the tense scenes! Accompanying the films will be Bombed Out Church’s wonderful bar. It’ll be stocked with hot chocolates, boozy hot drinks, beers, spirits, Prosecco and more along with an array of snacks!
- St Luke’s Bombed Out Church is an open-air venue so remember to dress for the weather; we encourage you to bring clothing appropriate to keep you cosy throughout the screening. UMBRELLAS ARE NOT PERMITTED
- If you require any wheelchair access or if you have any other accessibility needs, then please notify the venue on: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Seats are allocated on arrival, if you’re part of a booking or would like to sit with friends or family from another booking, please arrive together at box office.
- Hot / cold / alcoholic beverages and snacks will be available, these are ordered via your smartphone by scanning a QR code and inputting your row and seat number, this is displayed on the ticket you’re given on arrival at box office.
- Due to licensing, you are not permitted to bring in your own alcohol into the venue.
- The venue grounds are a bit uneven, keep this in mind when choosing footwear.
- The venue has portable toilets on site, including one access toilet.
Weather Policy This event can take place in wet weather conditions, if the weather is considered not to pose risk to the audience, tech or venue then the event will still take place. The venue will monitor the weather and notify customers via email with as much notice as possible if a reschedule or cancellation is absolutely necessary.