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kate braithwaite at talkies halloween eventTalkies volunteer Kate Braithwaite will be among the friendly faces welcoming you to the Little Shed of HorrorsWondering what to do with your little horrors at Halloween to keep them away from trick and treat mischief?  If they're 11 or older you can treat them to a trip to a Little Shed of Horrors where they (and you) can hear some live (well, undead) music, focus on some fright-inducing faces and marvel at a monstrous movie.

This horrid invitation is extended by Talkies Community Cinema and Chickenshed Theatre. Talkies volunteers like Kate Braithwaite will be there to greet you as you enter a world of scary faces and weird costumes, with music by the Chickenshed Youth Band, then take your seats to watch classic comedy/horror film The Little Shop of Horrors.

Little Shop of Horrors at Chickenshed

Little Shop of Horrors is suitable for Guys and Ghouls aged from 11 to 111 (certificate PG).  The Chickenshed doors will creak open on Tuesday 31st October at 6.30pm and the film starts at 7.30pm.  Scary costumes welcome!

Chickenshed is at the north end of Chase Side, Southgate, N14 4PE.  Tickets are £10 from

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