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Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Frightfest comes to Glasgow!

Horror in Glasgow

Just when you thought it was save to venture out again after all of your Christmas and New Year excesses, FrightFest is coming to get you. Well, coming to get you if you live in Scotland that is. Not content with "doing Brighton", see the reports else where on this web site, the festival now has it's sights now firmly set on Glasgow. At the behest of the Glasgow International Film Festival, the UK's biggest fantasy and horror genre event has joined forces with it's Celtic cousin, Dead by Dawn to present a day of tartan terror. On the 18th February 2006, The Glasgow Film Theatre is the place to be as we are heading up north to the homeland of one of the FrightFest organisers Ian Rattary. We have pulled out all the stops to find a terrific line up of five films including four must see premieres to take with us. So wrap up warm, as it is cold in Glasgow in February, and join us for a day of all the usual FrightFest surprises, give-aways and fun and games.

Tickets are on sale now priced at a very reasonable £20 for a day pass and an equally good value £6 per individual film. Tickets can be purchased or reserved in advance, from the box office in person or over the phone on 0141 332 8128 between 12 and 9 p.m. daily. Postal bookings should be accompanied by a stamped addressed envelope and cheque made payable to GFT. The cinemas address is 12 Rose Street, Glasgow, G3 6RB. Reservations should be collected no later than 20 mins prior to the performance time. Tickets purchased in advance cannot be exchanged nor money refunded, except in the event of cancellation.

Source: Frightfest

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