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Labyrinth (1986) U

So, the Labyrinth is a piece of cake, is it? Let's see how you deal with this little slice...

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Saturday 15th August

Doors: 7:15 pm

Screening: 8:45 pm

£6.75 - £28.50

Join us in Queen's Park for a timeless and magical excursion into the wonderful world of Jim Henson!

A blend of Alice In Wonderland and Wizard of Oz with unmistakeably spunky Henson puppetry (this was the last film he directed before his death), Labyrinth has achieved the status of cult nostalgia for a generation of a certain age – the film was a box office flop at the time, struggling to recoup half of its then massive $25m budget. But like all great cult films of the 80s, it has slow-burned its way into popular affection, helped in no small part by Trevor Jones’ score, the surreal touches introduced to the script by Monty Python’s Terry Jones, and of course David Bowie’s Goblin King JarethAlso featuring an early performance by a very lovely, very young Jennifer Connelly as the baby-rescuing heroine. Come indulge yourself, or introduce a new generation to what family films were like before 3D and CGI.


Fancy dress encouraged!

Full disabled access available

Hot and cold drinks available [including alcohol]

Hot and cold food available

No glass/ glassware permitted

Outdoor pop-up event [no seating provided]

Picnics [with alcohol] permitted

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