Cemetery Cinema: Watch a movie between the tombstones in Philadelphia and Balacinweed
Make a few friends or make a date Laurel Hill and West Laurel Hill Cemetery Friends of the Cemetery series of films of the year.
On certain summer nights, you can watch a movie between the tombstones. There is also an upcoming special screening accompanied by live music.
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The first film in the series will be “Philadelphia Story”.The event will be held at the West Laurel Hill Cemetery in Barra Xinweid. “Wall-E” will also be screened there later in the summer.
“The Little Shop of Horrors” will be held at the Laurel Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia, and the 1925 classic “The Phantom of the Opera”, which will include live music Not so quiet movie theater.
Tickets for each movie night are $20 for adults. Discounts are available for senior citizens, students, Laurel Hill members and children. Participants are encouraged to pack a picnic to enjoy during the movie, and bring a blanket or chair.
Cemetery series movie schedule
Saturday, June 26-“Philadelphia Story”, 8:30pm (Buy tickets here)
Saturday, July 17-The “Horror Shop” at 8:30pm (Buy tickets here)
Saturday, August 14-“Wall-E” at 8pm (Buy tickets here)
Saturday, August 28th-“The Phantom of the Opera” at 8pm with the not-so-quiet cinema (Buy tickets here)
In the case of bad weather, set the rainy day to the next day.