Doors open 10:30 | Film starts 10:45
Venture deep into Redcliffe Caves – for the 8th instalment of our infamous Horror In The Caves series. Enter through military tent on Redcliffe Wharf, grab a drink from pop-up bar to steel your nerves, and step foot inside one of Bristol’s most unusual and exclusive locations for another season of classic and contemporary horror movies.
🎬 About The Film
1953 | 12 | 88 mins
After a fire destroys his beloved waxwork museum and leaves him disfigured, Professor Henry Jarrod seeks to rebuild. However, he has come up with an unspeakable new method to repopulate his collection, and settle some old scores in the process…
Contains moderate threat and violence
Redcliffe Caves are one of the most fascinating locations in Bristol. Originally created to mine sandstone glass in the 17th Century, these caves (technically a quarry!) have a rich and varied history, having been used by hermits, prisoners of war, and even as an air raid shelter. Now, they are accessed through a gate on the Harbourside, and are usually closed to the public.
⭐ Exciting Extras
Pre-screening Caves Tour: Collect a torch and hard hat, then explore far deeper than our ’Screening Cave’ and learn more about the history of this fascinating Bristol landmark from our guides.
Tours start 30 minutes before advertised doors.
Please note: due to the nature of the space, all guests on a pre-screening tour must be able to exit the Caves unaided in the event of an emergency.
Age restrictions: 12+
|Concession (Student | Over 65 | Blue Light Card)||£10|
|Adult & Redcliffe Caves Tour||£17|
Redcliffe Wharf is located below Redcliffe Parade East, close to Wapping Wharf. There is no parking or vehicular access permitted onto the Wharf itself.
The nearest car parks are Redcliffe Parade car park and Lower Guinea Street car park.
Please contact Bristol Film Festival for further information about accessibility at this venue.
Ask your question directly to Bristol Film Festival.