Pan’s Labyrinth (15) at Mount Edgcumbe

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Pan’s Labyrinth (15) at Mount Edgcumbe

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Pan’s Labyrinth (15) at Mount Edgcumbe

Friday 17th August 2018

Film starts 9.15pm (doors open and bar from 8pm)

Standard Tickets £8 (please bring your own chair)
VIP Tickets £17 (package includes a chair in the VIP area, blanket, packet of Portlebay Popcorn and a glass of prosecco)


Pan’s Labyrinth is one of the cinema’s great fantasies, rich with darkness, folklore and fairy-tale and we thought there’s no better place to see this than in the dark and mysterious woodlands of Mount Edgcumbe. A fairy tale for adults it is set in 1940s Spain where recently remarried Carmen and daughter Ofelia move in with the cold and authoritarian new husband, Vidal. Finding her new life difficult, Ofelia seeks refuge in a labyrinth she discovers next to the house. A magical creature named Pan, the guardian of the labyrinth gives her three dangerous tasks.

It’s a fairy tale of such potency and awesome beauty that it reconnects the adult imagination to the primal thrill and horror of the stories that held us spellbound as children.” – Jim Emerson, Chicago Sun-Times, 2006

Dir. Guillermo Del Toro, Mexico/Spain, 2006, 119 mins, subtitled.
Cast. Ivana Baquero, Doug Jones, Sergi Lopez, Ariadna Gil, Maribel Verdu.

Dates & Times

 Friday 17th Aug 2018  9:15pm
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Mount Edgcumbe

Q. How can I book tickets?
A. Please book online on this page. We have expanded our Open Air Cinema programme this year to incorporate an extra weekend at Tinside Lido, because the events are so popular and the venue is perfect. Meanwhile, we will be closing our building for the summer on June 29th. This is slightly earlier than in previous years, and will mean that booking for Open Air Cinema events will be online only after June 28th. All tickets purchased online for Open Air Cinema can be collected at the events, or printed at home. If you have issues with booking online, please call the Box Office on 01752 206114 or email info@plymouthartscentre.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Q. Will the Cremyll Ferry be running?
A. Yes it will. It will be normal ferries over, they sail every 30 minutes on the quarter-to and quarter-past the hour from Stonehouse. The charge is £1.50 on the way out. The charge is £2.50 on the way back because it is a special late ferry.

Q. Where in Mount Edgcumbe will the Open Air Cinema be based and where can I park?
A. We will be on the Artist’s Platt (the grassy area by the big hedge). Parking will be available in the Cremyl car park, normal fees apply.

Q. When/ where can I collect my tickets?
A. If you selected “Leave my tickets at the box office” for the delivery option: We will have a mini box office on site where you can pick up your tickets on the night of the event, from 8pm. Please bring the booking confirmation email or an ID to collect your tickets.
If you selected the Print at Home delivery option, please print your tickets on A4 paper and present them at the Box Office on site on arrival. Alternatively you may show your PDF tickets on your phone. You should receive your booking confirmation email first, followed by a second email with your PDF tickets attached. The PDF tickets are usually generated and sent straight away after the booking is confirmed. If you haven’t received your tickets within a day of making your booking, please call us on 01752 206 114 or email info@plymouthartscentre.org.

Q. Do I need to bring a chair/ blankets?
A. Yes, if you have a standard ticket. If you have a VIP ticket we will provide a chair and blanket for you. It can get chilly in the evenings so please make sure you dress warmly – think woolly hats, jumpers, coats and blankets!

Q. What does the VIP ticket include?
A. The VIP ticket includes a glass of prosecco, a packet of Portlebay Popcorn, a blanket, and a chair in the VIP area.

Q. Can I bring alcohol?
A. No. Alcoholic drinks will not be allowed into the event. We will be running a bar for alcoholic and soft drinks. The bar is cash-only. Please note there is no ATM machine on site.

Q. Can I bring food?
A. Yes – there are no restrictions on bringing food so feel free to bring a picnic.

Q. What time should I arrive?
A. You can arrive any time you like after 8pm. Bring a picnic, or sit and enjoy a drink and watch the sun go down.

Q. Can I get a refund if the weather is bad?
A. The screenings go ahead in all but the most severe weather conditions. No refunds will be given.

Q. What time does the film start?
A. The film will start at around 9.15pm when light levels are low enough to project onto the screen.

Q. Is there disabled access?
A. By prior arrangement, those in need of access can bring a car to the Artist’s Platt. Please call our box office 01752 206114 or email info@plymouthartscentre.org at least one day prior to the event.

Q. Are children allowed to come?
A. Children are welcome at the events, so long as they meet the age rating of the film. Babies under 12 months go in for free, no ticket needed.

Q. Are dogs allowed to come?
A. Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome at Mount Edgcumbe and Royal William Yard. Dogs are not permitted at Tinside Lido.

With thanks to our sponsors:

Plymouth College of Art, The Box, Plymouth College of Art, Rock City Stage Crew, Burts Chips, Plymouth Citybus, Summerskills Brewery and Portlebay Popcorn.

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