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