Fright fans can watch horror films inside a Peak District cave this Halloween.

The eerie Peak Cavern in Castleton will form the backdrop for a series of supernatural screenings including The Conjuring and Steven Spielberg's Poltergeist - before a little light relief in the form of family favourite Ghostbusters.

Hosted by pop-up cinema company The Village Screen, the events will see the cave filled with street food stalls, bars serving themed cocktails, and live music.

Closer to home, there'll also screenings of The Conjuring and cult 80s comedy-horror Beetlejuice favourite inside Manchester's Victoria Baths.

The gala pool will be filled with candy-striped deckchairs for viewers to recline on and there'll be bars serving themed cocktails, wine, fizz and Thornbridge beers.

Opened in 1906, the grade II* listed 'water palace' once housed three pools as well as a Turkish bath and sauna.

 

It closed in 1993 and was taken over by a community trust in 2001, who hire it out for events while they work to restore the baths to their former glory and reopen them for swimming once again.

The full film listings for both events are as follows:

Peak Cavern

Friday October 25 - The Conjuring (15), doors 6.30pm, film starts 8.30pm

Saturday October 26 - Poltergeist (15), doors 5.30pm, film starts 7.30pm

Sunday October 27 - Ghostbusters (PG), doors 5.30pm, film starts 7.30pm

Victoria Baths

Thursday October 31 - The Conjuring (15), doors 6.30pm, film starts 8.30pm

Friday November 1 - Beetlejuice (15), doors 6.30pm, film starts 8.30pm

Tickets to both events are available from thevillagescreenevents.co/cinemaevents , priced from £16 for adults.

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