The Albert Dock Floating Cinema is returning for Halloween with Independent Liverpool
4 years ago
It’s the news we have been waiting for, this Halloween in Liverpool just got bigger as the Albert Dock Floating Cinema is back.
Having enjoyed a hugely positive response and sell-out success with its summer launch at Royal Albert Dock Liverpool, Liverpool’s first floating cinema will be returning to the Dock with a series of spooky screenings for Halloween, taking place from 24th October-1st November.
The Halloween Pop-up Cinema, which is in association with Independent Liverpool, invites children and adults to enjoy their favourite scary films on a floating pontoon, with refreshments provided by a diverse selection of Dockside bars and restaurants.
Two to three film screenings will be shown per day at the cinema club, with more family-friendly movies during the day such as Casper, Hocus Pocus and Beetlejuice. On Halloween itself on Thursday 31st October, children will also be encouraged to get into the spirit and dig out their spookiest costumes to wear whilst Hocus Pocus plays on the big screen, to be in with a chance of winning a special Albert Dock prize for the best dressed.
On Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th October there will be two inclusive relaxed screenings from 10am-1pm, showing Casper and Hocus Pocus. These screenings have been adapted to people with additional needs, with no trailers, less bright screens and played at a quieter volume.
During the evening showings, horror fanatics can enjoy a hair-raising experience with a variety of terrifying films and cult classics. From Blair Witch Project and Psycho, to Nightmare on Elm Street and Paranormal Activity, guests will be in for a fright-filled evening, with the atmospheric surroundings of the Dock adding to the unique and spine-chilling experience.
Heaters will be situated on the pontoon to minimise the Autumn chill with Albert Dock blankets also available, whether it’s to snuggle under or hide behind. The cinematic experience will be complete with atmospheric festoon lighting and an over-head canopy, along with the option of beanbags or deckchairs for a comfortable viewing.