Blair Witch Project to be screened inside a 600 year old building at Cosmeston Lake

A pop-up cinema screening of Blair Witch Project is being screened inside a 600 year old building at Cosmeston Lake.

The spooky classic which is 20 years old is being screened at the medieval village at Cosmeston Lake inside the Taith Barn  on September 28th – and you can already buy tickets for it.

The screening is part of the Vale Film Festival who are also showing a number of other films, such as Disney Brave, Shrek, Monty Python, Willow and A Knight’s Tale.

The films will be shown inside the main Taith Barn and the rear sleeping hut which will be filled with bean bags for the family movies such as Shrek, How to Train a Dragon and Brave.

This event is one of many events taking place across the Vale of Glamorgan as part of the Vale Film Festival which is called The Hidden Here – a play on words which defines what the festival celebrates.

The film festival will start on September the 26th and will take over a host of venues for two weeks up until the 6th October.

Full listing of films

27th September

Disney Brave 
How To Train A Dragon
Monty Python and the Holy Grail

28th September
Early Man
A Knight’s Tale
Army Of Darkness
Blair Witch Project

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult as the film is rated 15.

Tickets cost £6 per ticket or £20 for a family ticket ( 2 adults & 2 children ) from Lost lands Website