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English Heritage: Creake Abbey

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North Creake, Norfolk, NR21 9LF
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Just when you thought that there was no more outdoor fun to be had this year; The Star & Mouse Picture Show shall be teaming up with Creake Abbey once again and is heading back over to north Norfolk this October Half Term. Get ready for a jam-packed spooktacular weekend that definitely needs to be placed at the top of your to-do list this Halloween.

So grab your blankets, put on your woolly clothes, tog up for a wizardy treat and then tip-toe over to Creake Abbey for a nights of fun. Arrive early on Friday 26th October to join friends around the fireside for hot chocolates and mulled wine from the bar, toast marshmallows over the flames, grab a bite of something hot to eat then take in a spot of live music and a ghost story or two before your movie begins.

Leave your camping chairs at home because seating has been provided; but if you want to get really snuggly why not bring your sleeping bag with you and jump into it before the film begins? There's even hot water bottles available to hire!

Remember to arrive hungry and eat some hot food from our pop-up kitchen when you get there. Please don't bring food or drink with you.

Here's our line up!

26th October: Doors From 6pm: Live Music / Fire / Hot Food / Bar / Marshmallows/ Ghost stories


Fri 26 Oct


Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
  • 2005
  • UK/US
  • 2h 37min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Mike Newell
  • Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson

Harry and his mates get busy at the inter-school of magic TriWizard Tournament, only to be faced with the return of evil mastermind Lord Voldemort (Fiennes). Overlong but entertaining enough adaptation of fourth Potter book directed with by Brit Newell.

Fri 26 Oct


Hotel Transylvania 2

Hotel Transylvania 2
  • 2015
  • US
  • 1h 29min
  • U
  • Directed by: Genndy Tartakovsky
  • Cast: Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Andy Samberg, Mel Brooks, David Spade, Keegan-Michael Key, Kevin James, Steve Buscemi, Fran Drescher

Marginally better sequel to the 2012 original: Dracula (Sandler) is now a grandfather, but is worried that the toddler son of Mavis (Gomez) and Jonathan (Samberg) isn't vampire enough. The comedy is more character-based and the presence of Brooks as Dracula's domineering father helps, although Brooks did all this with more zip and affection in Young Frankenstein.

Sat 27 Oct

£24 some concessions

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