Labyrinth (U)

Mon 13 Apr 2015 | 7.30pm | £5*

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USA, 1986, 101 mins, Dir. Jim Henson

cult-critiqueA classic for all children of the 1980’s, Henson’s Labyrinth combines the three universally appealing factors of fairytale adventure, a lycra-clad David Bowie and fantastic puppetry. Well worth revisiting on the big screen and a definite must-see for anyone new to the film.

Labyrinth stars a young Jennifer Connelly as Sarah, a girl who accidently wishes her baby brother away to the Goblin King Jareth (David Bowie). What ensues is a magical rescue mission through the Goblin King’s labyrinth, a maze full of mystical creatures.

post-screening-talkJoin a post-screening debate to discuss Henson’s fantastical worlds, the imaginative creations of the films legendary puppet-maker Brian Froud and the film’s impact on a whole generation.




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