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Star date: 27th October 2013

HALLOWEEN HORROR FOR KIDS AND ADULTS AT DELI LAMA

Spooky Lama for Little Devils (kids)
5pm-6:30pm £5
Hammer Horror Lama (adults)
7:30pm (for 8:15pm screening) £5
Thursday 31st October

Lots of Halloween horror, and little horrors, at the Deli-Lama cafe on the corner of Bexley Square this week with a double scary bill of family freakiness. First up is the Spooky Lama for kids with Halloween crafts and a ghoulish buffet for kids. And at 7:30pm, adults can choose their own horror film, complete with free hot dog, popcorn and soft drink.

Full details here…


Spooky Lama for Little Devils
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A dreaded double bill of horrors awaits at the Deli-Lama café bar on Halloween with two separate events – one for kids and one for adults…

Spooky Lama for Little Devils, beginning at 5pm and running until 6:30pm, is a fiver in and features lots of spellbinding craft activities followed by a ghoulish buffet with zombie fingers, edible broomsticks, jelly swamp creatures, monster eyeballs and more all washed down with a special witches' brew.

At Hammer Horror Lama, which starts at 7:30pm, adults can vote for one of three films and the most popular one will be screened at 8:15pm. It's between Dracula, Night of the Living Dead and Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein. All of them too scary for words. To get that fifties back row of the movies feeling, you get a complimentary hot-dog, popcorn and a soft drink. Fancy dress is optional. The Hammer Horror Lama will also see the launch of regular movie nights at the Deli…

"With the old Salford Cinema within spitting distance, and a possible family link to its history, we would like to recreate a community cinema experience here at the Deli-Lama" says Deli-Lama proprietor Linda Robson "Initially sourcing films in the public domain until a licence is in place, Hammer Horror Lama will be the first of many themed film nights from classic romantics, mystery drama, action and even silent movies."

Spooky Lama for Little Devils
5pm-6:30pm £5
(kids must be accompanied by an adult, although there's no charge for adults)

Hammer Horror Lama 7:30pm (for 8:15pm screening) £5

Thursday 31st October
Deli-Lama
220 Chapel Street
Corner of Bexley Square
Salford M3 5LE


Phone 832 7220 or 07662 018 925 for further details or see event page on Facebook – click here

Facebook: Deli-Lama Cafe-Bar Salford

Twitter: DeliLamaCafeBar

Alexander James Valliant wrote
at 18:03:25 on 29 October 2013
Sounds Fabulous. I hope there is loads of food and drink. "Halloween Rocks". Best wishes to all the staff at the Deli - Lama.
 
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