There’s still time to join us for Dudley Castle After Dark tonight – a one-off screening of the classic horror film, Bride of Frankenstein.
We’ve joined forces with Flatpack: Assemble to transform the 11th century castle courtyard into an open-air cinema for the first time ever to screen the 1935 spine-chilling film, which was directed by local lad, James Whale.
And cash only tickets are still available to purchase on the door this evening, priced £10 and £8 for concessions.
Doors open at 8pm, with the PG-rated picture preceded by a short horror film made by Dudley College students.
Guests must park on the zoo car park, off Tipton Road and make their way up the Castle Hill roadway, before entering the site from the side gate by the Fellow’s pub, off The Broadway.
And visitors are advised the event will go ahead whatever the weather, so dress accordingly and feel free to bring your own blankets, chairs and refreshments.