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SOLD OUT - Pan's Labyrinth (2006) 15

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

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Wednesday 9th September

Doors: 6:45 pm

Screening: 7:45 pm


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.

Join us at wonderfully atmospheric Brompton Cemetery and prepare to be charmed and chilled in equal measure.

Tickets include seating - please do not bring additional seating to this highly sensitive site.
This special venue is also glass-free. Please help us to respect this by not bringing glass bottles or glasses with you - use plastic or cans instead. Thank you.

If you are a wheelchair user or have any specific access requirements, please contact us before booking at this venue - many thanks.

Fancy dress encouraged!

Hot and cold drinks available [no alcohol]

Limited disabled access

No glass/ glassware permitted

Outdoor pop-up event [seating provided]

Picnics [with alcohol] permitted

Vegetarian option available

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