Horror movie is screened in secret location on Halloween weekend, but people won’t know where until they arrive
A horror movie is screened at a secret Gower location for Halloween – but viewers won’t know where they’re going until they’re there.
Coaches will leave the city center and head to Swansea Airport where they will then be transferred to a secret location via a shuttle service.
The experience is part of a new program of events hosted by independent film company Cinema & Co – which will also show another Halloween film at Cwmdonkin Park in Uplands – the first time a film has screened in this emblematic place.
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Anna Redfern of Cinema & Co said: “It is terribly exciting to host cinematic events again in the picturesque setting of Swansea after a forced two-year hiatus. But the support we have already received has already been heartwarming for the least, the tickets fly out “.
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The mysterious location on Gower will be the site of The Cabin in the Woods screening – and while the exact location has not been revealed, Anna has stated that it will take place, terrifyingly, in a wood!
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Coaches will leave Cinema & Co in Castle Street at 5:10 pm, making stops at Uplands, Sketty and Killay, before arriving at Swansea Airport.
From there, a shuttle service will take viewers to a secret camp in the woods where there will be a campfire, food and drink with a bar and pop-up kitchen, and a forest cinema.
But horror fans are advised to warm up. All the details can be found here.
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The event takes place on Saturday, October 30, with Cwmdonkin Park hosting the more family-friendly movie, The Addams Family, on Sunday, October 31.
Hedley Austin, President of The Friends of Cwmdonkin Park, said: “We are excited to be working with Cinema & Co to bring the big screen to Cwmdonkin Park.
“We will be having a fancy dress parade before the film, so it should be fun for the whole family.”
Dylan’s at Cwmdonkin will be open serving their usual teas, coffees and cold drinks, as well as Halloween-inspired cakes, hot dogs, toast, hot punch and cider. Cinema & Co offers popcorn and blankets for hire. All the details can be found here.
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