Croydon's Save the David Lean Cinema Campaign launches special Halloween horror show
9:00am Tuesday 23rd October 2012 in Freetime
The Save the David Lean Cinema Campaign is launching its special Halloween horror show next week.
The spooky show will take place at the Spread Eagle, in Katherine Street, at 8.00pm on Wednesday 31 October.
Fittingly, the main film will be the 1941 classic, The Devil Commands, starring Boris Karloff.
Campaign Chairman Adrian Winchester said: “Like many of our members, Boris Karloff was born in south London and this screening takes place shortly before the 125th anniversary of his birth.
“It will be a unique evening as the films will be presented on 16mm, not digital projection, the first time this has been used at the Spread Eagle.”
There will also be a Ghost Walk before the film, hosted by Croydon Tours.
Films will be shown throughout November, with screenings at 2.30pm and 8.00pm on the 5, 12, 19 and 26 of November.
For more information phone 0208 656 0168 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.