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Sheffield Halloween drive-in cinema in to bring spooky classics to Utilita Arena


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A spooktacular Halloween drive-in cinema is coming to Sheffield this Halloween.

Daisy Dukes’ Drive-In Cinema will be running a brimming programme of frightening flicks at the Utilita Arena in Sheffield.

The festivities look like being one of the best attractions in Yorkshire to celebrate Halloween this year .

You can find out about all the spooky events happening in Yorkshire by visiting out Halloween homepage

The fun will be running between Friday, October 29 and Sunday, October 31. Highlights include showings of Ghostbusters, Beetlejuice, Scream and more. There’s also a few non-Halloween movies in the programme for those who don’t fancy being spooked.

You scroll down below to see the full drive-in line up running in the car park at the Utilita Arena.

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October 29

  • Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban – 11.30am

  • The Night Before Christmas – 3.15pm

  • Grease – 6.15pm

  • It – 9.30pm

October 30

  • Hocus Pocus – 11.45am

  • The Greatest Showman – 3pm

  • The Rocky Horrorshow Pictureshow – 6.30pm

  • Pulp Fiction – 9.30pm

October 31

  • Ghostbusters – 11.45am

  • Beetlejuice – 3.15pm

  • Scream – 6.30pm

  • The Exorcist – 9.45pm


If you’d love to go to some of the screenings then tickets are on sale now.

You can find out more about the programme and buy tickets here .

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Written by: Rother Radio News

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