The Luna Cinema will take over London's Natural History Museum for special Halloween screenings

The Luna Cinema will take over London's Natural History Museum for special Halloween screenings

Jack Nicholson in Stanley Kubrick's The Shining

Enjoy atmospheric screenings of Blair Witch Project, Silence of the Lambs and more

The Luna Cinema have programmed an exciting lineup of films to be shown at the capital's Natural History Museum this Halloween. The immersive cinema giants continue to inject atmosphere into numerous critically acclaimed movies with a carefully crafted selection of locations, including: The Tower of London, York Minister, Belvoir Castle and many more.

In keeping with the company's excellent curatorialship, this Halloween season The Luna Cinema will bring four iconic movies to London's Natural History Museum for the ultimate haunting Halloween cinema experience.

The museum's Hintze Hall (home of the blue whale skeleton) will be transformed into a temporary cinema showing the Blair Witch Project, Silence of the Lambs, Ghostbusters and The Shining over two nights on Sun 28 Oct and Mon 29 Oct.

For the price of a ticket attendees are invited to explore the museum after dark with complimentary access to the Life in the Dark exhibition as well as a free bag of popcorn for the screening.

Movie Nights At The Museum Halloween Special:
Sun 28 Oct – Blair Witch Project and Silence of the Lambs
Mon 29 Oct – Ghostbusters and The Shining

Tickets for Movie Nights At The Museum Halloween special screenings are on sale now.

Luna Cinema Halloween Screenings

Spooky film screenings to get you in the mood for Halloween. On offer are Silence of the Lambs, Ghostbusters, Blair Witch Project and The Shining. Admission includes popcorn and access to the new exhibition Life in the Dark before the film begins.