Pan's Labyrinth (2006) 15

In darkness, there can be light. In misery, there can be beauty. In death, there can be life...

Thursday 13th September

Doors: 6:30 pm

Screening: 7:45 pm

£15 per ticket

Pan’s Labyrinth is the great Mexican director Guillermo del Toro’s magnum opus - his Citizen Kane. It’s a dark, adult fairy tale that speaks to us as a parable on the themes of innocence and evil, destiny and personal choice, death and rebirth. 12-year-old Ofelia moves reluctantly to the countryside with her mother and terrible new stepfather. Near the girl’s new home lies a ruined labyrinth, into which she regularly begins to plunge. There she meets the imposing and sinister faun of the title and a succession of beautifully fearsome creatures from the brilliant, dark depths of the director’s imagination.

This special venue does not allow food and drink to be taken into the screening space but food and drink can be bought at the Lido cafe. So make an evening of it and buy a ticket that involves a special food and drink offer. The Ticket and food offer consists of the hottest ticket in town plus a pulled pork bap, apple sauce and slaw OR falafel burger, a pint of beer OR glass of wine OR soft drink.

The Nomad Cinema is thrilled to partner with curated online cinema MUBI to present this summer's programme of amazing outdoor screenings. It's the perfect fit: two adventurous, independent companies dedicated to bringing great cinema to a wide audience. And to make it even more exciting, every ticket to a Nomad screening will include 30 free days of MUBI!

Hot and cold drinks available [including alcohol]

Hot and cold food available

Outdoor pop-up event [no seating provided]

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