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THE WICKER MAN: Director's Cut (1973) Extravaganza - Halloween Season

  • dir. Robin Hardy
  • year. 1973
  • country. UK
  • run-time. 1hr 40 min
  • rating. 15

Film Only £6.00 (£4.50 conc.)

Film and food £13.50 (£11 conc.)

Doors, bar and Wickerman crafts 16:00

Pre-screening food 16:45 - Film 17:30

A celebrated classic of British folk horror THE WICKER MAN will be screening at Deptford Cinema alongside food treats, a film talk and crafts as part of our Halloween season. 

Celebrated as one of the best British horror films ever made, the WICKER MAN follows the story of a police sergeant, who is sent to a Scottish island village in search of a missing girl whom the townsfolk claim never existed. Stranger still are the rites that take place there.

And that's not all ... 

Join us before the film to build a collaborative Wicker man with tasty food provided by The Greenhouse, Deptford to nurse your post-Halloween party hangover.

We will also be joined by special guest and cult film expert Dr Matt Melia from Kingston University introducing the film.

Join us after the film for snacks and discussion afterwards too!

A Sunday filled with fantastic folk horror delights!

Don't be fooled by the innocence of the trailer, book your tickets now!

Food options (select on ticket option):

Pre-Screening Sandwiches:

  • Meat: BLT: bacon, tomato, herby mayo, mixed leaves
  • Veggie: feta, hummus, red onion, chilli, mixed leaves
  • Vegetarian: grilled courgette, avocado, hummus, sundried tomatoes, mixed leaves

[Please note all sandwich options contain gluten] 

Post-Screening Snacks:

  • Snacks will include a range of brownies, peanut blondies and vegan energy bars.

** Please note online tickets including food options for this event will close one week before the screening in order to prepare for the screening **

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Dominating the (horror) landscape like its eponymous basketwork bloke, is the towering figure of The Wicker Man.
— Adam Smith, Empire
A potent mix of pagan horror and hippy weirdness.
— Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter
Earlier Event: October 28