Calling all witches and wizards to Saffron Screen

12:02 24 October 2012

The Witches

The Witches

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HALLOWEEN promises tricks and treats for the whole family at Saffron Screen on October 31.

Get dressed up and join the cinema at 3pm for The Witches (PG), a thrilling adaptation of Roald Dahl’s story starring Anjelica Huston as the Grand High Witch. A boy stumbles on a convention of witches as they plan to turn all children in England into mice; when he is changed to a mouse himself, how can he save the day?

Dress to frighten, as a prize will be awarded for the best costume.

Saffron Screen will also be showing Paranorman (PG) on Saturday and Sunday, october 27 & 28 at 3pm – a stop-motion animation about a strange boy who finds his ability to talk to the dead helps him save his town from zombies.

With Frankenweenie (PG) and Hotel Transylvania (U) coming in the November/December programme, there is plenty of Halloween fun for the family.

Tickets: Adult £6.20, adult conc £4.20, 18 & under £3.60. Tickets for films and further information for upcoming films is available online at saffronscreen.com, from Saffron Walden Tourist Information Centre, or at the Box Office

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