Musical cinema chills at Croyde and Fremington
Silent horror classic Nosferatu accompanied by spine-tingling live band Minima.
A special brand of atmospheric spookiness is coming to North Devon as the Croyde Deckchair Cinema presents silent horror classic Nosferatu – with a full live band accompaniment.
Croyde Village Hall will return to the days of silent movies on Thursday, October 27 with a Halloween special screening of the 1922 Dracula story.
The show is also playing at Fremington Quay Caf� on Friday, October 28 at 7.30pm.
Instead of the traditional piano, the spine-tingling sound accompaniment will be performed by modern four-piece band Minima.
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Their musical style ranges from ambient to quasi-classical to rock, and the band are renowned for their chilling work after a run of midnight performances at the Edinburgh Fringe this year.
Fancy dress is positively encouraged and the event is being presented by Beaford Arts.
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The Deckchair Cinema at Croyde Village Hall offers comfy deckchairs, popcorn plus a licensed bar. Doors open 7.30pm, film start at 8.
Tickets and information for both shows are available from www.croydedeckchaircinema.co.uk.