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The Witch - Film Screening in The Tudor Hall

The Tudor Hall, National Civil War Centre, 14 Appletongate, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG24 1JY
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The Witch - Film Screening in The Tudor Hall

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Friday 25th January 2019 | 8pm
National Civil War Centre
Tickets: £5

Following a sold-out screening of Sleepy Hollow, on Friday 25th January the National Civil War Centre invites film fans to experience a recent, much-lauded addition to the folk horror genre in the eerie, authentic atmosphere of The Tudor Hall. Set in 17th century New England, The Witch (2015) follows a pilgrim family whose souls are plunged into an intense battle between puritan fanaticism and devilish paganism. With terrific performances from rising star Anya Taylor-Joy (Split) and Ralph Ineson (AKA Finchy from The Office), this chilling film lingers long in the memory.

The sinister old world ambience of the Tudor Hall is the ideal setting for this film fright night. Having stood through the turbulence of the Civil War when Newark was a melting pot of mayhem and violence, the building is also said to be haunted by the ghosts of Lady Ossington and 'the boy in the dorm' and, during restoration work, a suspected witch bottle was unearthed from its foundations. This uniquely creepy atmosphere paired with the spine-tingling terror of the film is sure to be the perfect cocktail for a brilliantly blood-curdling night.

The screening, for age 15 and over only, begins at 8pm with the bar open from 7pm and will be introduced by historian and film aficionado Adam Nightingale. Tickets, costing only £5, are limited for this exclusive event so make sure to book early.

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