FrightFest hosts many events each year. The main three are our three-day Scottish mini festival as part of the Glasgow Film Festival each February, our August five-day 70+ film extravaganza in the heart of London's West End and finally our Halloween event towards the end of October.

OUR NEXT EVENT - Is our five-day 60+ film extravaganza that runs from the 25th to the 29th of August.  The 2016 event takes place in the VUE Cinema, West 12 Shopping and Leisure Centre, Shepherds Bush Green, London, W12 8PP.

Ticket prices for 2016 are: -

Full Festival pass £185.

Day pass Thursday 25th August £30, Friday 26th and Saturday 27th August £60, Sunday 28th and Monday 29th £50.

Single tickets for our main and discovery screen film are £14.00. Single tickets are available for all films and events, but please note that single tickets for our main screen films are only available in the Horror Channel screen. This is due to reduced seating capacities in the cinema that we are using this year.  Single tickets have allocated seats in our main screens but are unallocated in the discovery screens.

As in past years, our festival and day passes come with an allocated seat in one of our three Main Screens.  When watching films in these screens, you are expected to sit in your assigned seat.

Festival and day passes also allow holder access to films in our Discovery Screens at no additional cost.  The passes have a unique code which allows this on a first come first serve bases.  We release these tickets in the run-up to the event, and they can be booked online in advance.

Our programme of films and events will be announced at 2 pm on Friday 1st July with Festival and Day passes on sale from noon the following day, Saturday 2nd July.  Single tickets will be released at noon on 23rd July 2016.

Walk up tickets will be available at the cinema from noon on 24th August and throughout the event.

Our 2016 Halloween event is slated for Saturday 22nd October.


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