THERE are only treats to be had at Coventry’s leading creative space this Halloween after it revealed five fun and fearsome events to be enjoyed in the city centre this October.
FarGo Village has announced a line-up of Halloween events to entertain visitors this month with a themed quiz, market, film club and themed bingo parties all on the cards.
The big day on Sunday, October 31, will see Trash Film Club bring an exclusive screening of The Wicker Man (2006) to The Box, as hosts Luke Jerromes and David Baldwin take on the notoriously bad remake starring Nicholas Cage with their hilarious live commentary.
Organisers are giving away a free bag of pick and mix or popcorn with every ticket to celebrate the launch of Trash Film Club’s new series at FarGo Village, and will be offered a seat service of freshly cooked pizzas from Dough and Flow.
Emma Harrabin, FarGo Village Manager, said: “We are extremely excited to announce our full line-up of Halloween events for 2021, with plenty of fun to be had for families and students alike.
“We are particularly looking forward to the Trash Film Club and Dabbers Bingo, which are both new partnerships for the Village which will continue into Christmas and hopefully beyond.
“Alongside these seasonal activities, we have our usual FarGo residents offering all sorts of amazing food and drink and other items and activities you can only find in our corner of the city centre.”
The new event series is presented as part of CineCov and has been made possible with support from the BFI using funds from the National Lottery.
Tickets cost £5 and doors open at 7.45pm with the film starting at 8.15pm.
FarGo Village will kick things off ten days before Hallow’s Eve on Thursday, October 21 at 7.30pm with a Halloween quiz at Factory before the Halloween Makers Market takes over on Saturday, October 23 from 11am until 5pm.
Quiz entry is £2 per person and the winning team will receive a £50 bar tab, with second place claiming £25 to spend at the bar.
Visit www.fargovillage.co.uk/whats-on for more information.