Leadmill's big screenings of iconic movies in Sheffield - including Halloween special

A series of iconic movies will hit the silver screen at venues across Sheffield during the autumn The Leadmill has announced.

Tuesday, 27th August 2019, 15:52 pm
Updated Tuesday, 3rd September 2019, 11:28 am
The Samuel Worth Chapel.

The Leadmill’s autumn Cinematic programme of film screenings includes Pulp Fiction, October 15 and Grease at The Leadmill, November 27 and The Omen and Get Out, October 31, at The Samuel Worth Chapel in Sheffield General Cemetery. Tickets for all four events are on sale now.

For the first time, the team behind The Leadmill are taking their Cinematic Screenings beyond the Leadmill venue and out into the city! On Halloween, Leadmill Cinematic will take over Samuel Worth Chapel for a double bill of films guaranteed to leave you on the edge of your seat. First up is The Omen (doors open 7pm) described as one of the darkest and most deeply disturbing films of all time. Richard Donner’s 1976 horror soaked, supernatural cult classic tells a tale of the Anti Christ walking the earth in the form of a small boy. Next on the bill on the 31st October is Get Out (doors open 11pm), Jordan Peele’s thrilling modern classic.

This is a nerve-wracking psychological horror which guarantees to mess with your mind. These screenings will also feature a full bar offering with themed drinks, popcorn, and pick and mix.

Freya Gill-Stevens, Promotions Manager of The Leadmill says “This is a really exciting development in the Leadmill Cinematic brand. The Leadmill has been running film screenings for several years now, and we’re really proud to be taking the next step in making these halloween screenings immersive and absolutely terrifying by placing them in such an unusual setting! Grease and Pulp Fiction both have amazing sound tracks, so to hear those through The Leadmill’s PA will be really impressive – Sheffield is in for a treat.”

Tickets for The Omen and Get Out are priced at £11 each and are on sale now. Tickets for Pulp Fiction and Grease are £6 each, with options to upgrade to Table and VIP tickets too.