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The Lost Boys

The Lost Boys
  • October 6, 2018
    7:10 pm - 8:50 pm

STILL TICKETS AVAILABLE! Due to popular demand we are showing The Lost Boys again – this time on Saturday 6th October at the earlier time of 7.10pm.

The Lost Boys (cert 15) is one of 80’s cinema’s iconic vampire comic horror films about two new-in-town brothers who discover a local gang of undead. Shown in the heart of Arnos Vale, a national Heritage site within 45 acres of Autumnal woodland. Bring a cushion, chair or blanket, and enjoy.


HERE Bristol Car Park open: 6pm


START TIME: 7.10pm (no interval)

RUNNING TIME 1hr 37 mins



Proof of purchase will be required prior to entrance – we will have a list of all those that have purchased tickets and will check you off as you enter the site.

Delicious food and drink will be provided by Cleverchefs (please don’t bring your own)  They will be cooking up some dirty dog hot dogs, popcorn, boozy hot chocolate and providing a bar. There will be sandwiches and cakes available in the cafe as well. If you have any specific dietary requirements just send them a message on the Cleverchefs at Arnos Vale Facebook page.

Parking is reserved for Blue Badge holders only but must be reserved in advance (email:

In the event of wet weather, the screening will still go ahead. Only in the case of extreme weather, such as dangerously high winds will the screening be cancelled, and you will be notified by email. Please make sure to check the forecast and dress appropriately. Out of consideration for fellow customers please do not use an umbrella if there are people behind you. No refunds can be given, except in the case of the screening being cancelled. There will be food and drink available to purchase on the night. No alcohol, glass or ceramics to be brought on to the premises. Please bring a torch and take your rubbish with you.

Outdoor screening of Hocus Pocus at Arnos Vale

Photo by J Maskell Photography

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