Start: 31st October 2019
11:00 am
End: 31st October 2019
9:00 pm
Please note, this event has now passed

Event Venue

The Courtyard Centre for the Arts Edgar Street Hereford HR4 9JR

GPS: 52.0612012, -2.7189186000001

There’s something for everyone this Halloween at The Courtyard with films, free face painting and trick or treat bags for audiences.

On Thursday 31 October The Courtyard will be screening Wallace and Gromit in The Curse of the Were Rabbit (U) for little ones (or scaredy cats!). Wallace and his loyal dog, Gromit, set out to discover the mystery behind the garden sabotage that plagues their village and threatens the annual giant vegetable growing contest.

Looby Lou Face Painting will be in the foyer from 4pm and children can get their faces painted after the screening, ready for a night of trick or treating. There will also be free, Halloween goodie bags available for those attending the film.

The more daring out there can join The Courtyard for some grown-up Halloween fun and celebrate one of the best black comedy horrors of all time; An American Werewolf In London (15), which will be shown at 7.30pm. Local residents can look out for scenes in this classic film which were filmed in the Brecon Beacons.

Preceding An American Werewolf in London (15) will be a screening of short film, Nightfall (15), made by Herefordshire based company, Wye Valley Films. The short horror film will last for 20 minutes from 7pm and is free only to ticket holders to An American Werewolf in London (15).

The Courtyard know that face painting is not just for kids, so Looby Lou Face Painting will be around until the film goes up at 7pm for adults to get ghouled up.

For more information or to book tickets for The Courtyard’s Halloween events visit courtyard.org.uk or call Box Office on 01432 340555.

Fees & Tickets
Prices vary for different events, see website
GBP 7

Organizer

The Courtyard Centre for the Arts

Entertainment & Arts venue
The Courtyard in Hereford is almost all things to all people, providing an astonishing range of arts events, education, social interaction and opportunities. Its programmes cover live theatre, dance, music,…