FrightFest 2016 Announce New Venue

Written by Martin Unsworth Friday, 11 March 2016

Event News

Popular horror festival FrightFest is making a move across London to the Shepherd’s Bush Vue cinema for this year’s event, due to renovations taking place at their regular Leicester Square home.

The film festival takes place over five days at the August Bank Holiday, 25th - 29th. They will taking over the entire twelve screens of the Shepherd’s Bush Vue cinema, in a complex that also houses a huge Wetherspoons pub!

Ian Rattray, FrightFest co-director said: “After much consideration, and in consultation with the Vue Management, we decided the 12-auditoria establishment in Shepherd’s Bush would not only fit our demanding bill, but give us a whole new raft of exciting opportunities to expand all the core FrightFest entertainment values. Our continuing, collaborative partnership with Vue means that FrightFest can grow and continue to offer film-goers a unique cinematic experience”.

Daniel Goodwin, Events Manager for Vue Entertainment added: “We are delighted to see the return of FrightFest and proud to host this sought after and iconic event for another frighteningly brilliant film festival”.

The deal with Vue Entertainment gives the festival the option of returning to Vue Leicester Square in 2017.

For more information, and to keep up to date with FrightFest news, head over to the website.

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