Pastel Wasteland Film Festival is back on 5th Feb

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Back to all posts A fabulously creepy horror film festival of horror shorts, awards, networking and horror feature 28 Days Later.

Indeed it is and if you are wondering what it is all about I shall do my best to explain. No6 will be handing itself over to the Pastel Wasteland Film Festival for the day/evening in order to celebrate the horror genre as depicted and imagined by some of the darkest minds from around the world. The programme starts at 2.00pm on Saturday 5th February and includes two batches of short films, voting and awards, spooky souvenir stalls and to top it off a screening of the classic Danny Boyle/Alex Garland 28 Days Later. There will be plenty of time to mingle and chat with like minded horror buffs. Can’t think of a better way to spend a Saturday in February.

All tickets are £10 and the complete runtime of the programme for the day is available here on our website.

After the death of her grandmother, eight-year-old Nelly meets a mysterious friend in the woods and together they embark on a fantastical journey of discovery.

“Goes straight into my list of the greatest film ever made for children of all ages.” King Kermode’s recommendation for Petite Mamanour Thursday night film.

A Western in which a wealthy rancher takes against his brother's new wife and son.

"…repressed desire, barely concealed psychosis and toxic masculinity…" why has it taken Jane Campion 12 years to bring us a new film? The Power of the Dog, our Friday film may well prove to be the definitive use of 'The Cumberbatch'.

A city divided. Their love will change everything.

Dazzling dance routines fit for our huge screen with gorgeous new choreography by Justin Peck. Speilberg’s West Side Story on Saturday night sees dangerous gangs work out their differences through the medium of dance (Psst... West Side Story is also our Matinee screening next week, Thurs 20th)

Coming Soon...

Our monthly matinees are starting up again, the first will be West Side Story on Thursday 20th Jan at 4.15pm. Tickets are matinee prices £8.00 full, £6.50 concession and £5.00 for 25’s and under, there will be free tea/coffee and biscuits. The film will be the subtitled version.  

Take 2! Our second showing of West Side Story is a matinee on Thurs 20th Jan, perfect for a dark winter afternoon.

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