Limited tickets still available for Hallowe’en Drive-in Movies at Edinburgh Airport

Limited tickets are still available for Drive-in Movies at Edinburgh Airport which offers a fright-filled cinema experience for the whole family to enjoy in a safe, outdoor environment.

By Caitlyn Dewar
Tuesday, 27th October 2020, 12:30 pm
The Hallowe'en movies will be viewed safely from the distance of your car
The Hallowe'en movies will be viewed safely from the distance of your car

With guising off the cards, Drive-in Movies, presented by Edinburgh International Film Festival and Unique Events, is set to welcome those of all ages for Hallowe’en fun this weekend.

Thursday October 29 and Sunday November 1, film buffs and Hallowe’en enthusiasts alike will be transported into the ghoulishly terrifying world of cinema classics at the event which is showing all kinds of films from family favourites and cult titles to recent blockbusters.

Some screenings are already sold out and others have limited tickets available, so audiences are encouraged to book now to avoid disappointment. The line-up includes such hits as Coco, E.T., Labyrinth and Jurassic Park, among many others all presented in a safe, outdoor environment strictly following the health and safety measures.

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The pre-screening entertainment includes Halloween-themed sing along, film quiz with spot prizes, competition for best costumes and carved pumpkins displayed on the dashboard, all run by the event’s MC, Edinburgh DJ Stewart Calverto who becomes Count Calverto on the night.

Food and drink is also available to purchase on site including vendors such as seafood specialists Alandas, offering some of the best fish and chips in the country, and Cold Town Beer, born and brewed in Scotland.

All designated drivers at screenings of 15+ films will be offered a free Heineken 0.0% beer.

Ticket and full line-up information available here:

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