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South Holland Centre will celebrate Halloween with a range of films and shows



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South Holland Centre will be celebrating the Halloween weekend with a number of exciting shows and films.

Today (Thursday), children and families can take a trip to enjoy Pete Stays Home, a live show about a sociable young bear who must learn to leave his cave - a perfect early theatre experience.

Showings are at 11am and 2pm today.

South Holland Centre will have some Halloween movies screening this weekend
South Holland Centre will have some Halloween movies screening this weekend

Tonight and tomorrow at 7pm, you can purchase tickets for a heart-warming film about a woman re-discovering herself.

Admission for Herself costs just £7 for adults, with concessions priced at £6 and family tickets available for £6.25.

Snake Eyes, a film based on iconic character G.I. Joe, will take to the screen tomorrow night, before a number of Halloween blockbusters take central stage.

On Saturday October 30, American horror film Malignant will be sure to make you scream - before 1993 classic Hocus Pocus comes to town.

Sundays showing of A Quiet Place will round the scary period off, telling the story of an unknown threat that hunts by sound.



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