Tickets cost £11.50 - £14.50
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Hop on the bus to the Peaks one Friday this August, when The Village Screen is transforming one of Castleton's most impressive caves into a cinema for the evening, showing 80s favourite The Goonies.
Your cinema for the evening will be the Peak Cavern, also known as the Devil's Arse. Before the onscreen adventure in search of One-Eyed Willy’s lost treasure begins, there'll be chance to enjoy some of Sheffield's finest street food vendors as well as drinks in the car park, plus a bar in the cave.
The cave isn't heated so wear warm clothes and feel free to bring a blanket.
UPDATE: The original screening on 4 August sold out in just two days, so another has been added on Friday 11 August – book now! Food on this second date will come from Proove, Cowboy's Burgers, Pie Eyed and Livvy's Ice Creams.
Doors open 7pm, film starts 9pm.
Read our interview with Village Screen organiser and co-owner Claire Hunt on why watching a film outdoors is a cinema experience like no other.
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Q: What's the name of the pirate whose treasure is marked on the Goonies' map?
Email the answer to [email protected] for chance to win a pair of tickets to the screening on 11 August plus a couple of copies of Sheffield on Film – our own treasure map to film locations in the city, made with Magic Lantern Film Club. Entries in by 31 July.
Peak Cavern, Buxton Road, Castleton, Hope Valley, S33 8WS.