Film nights at Newcastle Castle
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Newcastle’s most iconic historic building, Newcastle Castle is screening film nights within the walls of The Great Hall in its 12th-century Castle Keep, and you're invited!
From cult classics to Harry Potter blockbusters there's something for every movie buff so grab your popcorn and enjoy an atmospheric movie experience.
Screenings and dates
- 09/12/2023 - Elf (2003)
- 15/12/2023 - Muppets Christmas Carol (1992)
- Please select your movie choice from the grid - availability is only available on the screening date mentioned above.
- Unfortunately, this venue has no disabled access due to the historic nature of the building.
- Doors will open at approximately 6pm, with the film starting at 6.30pm. Entry can't be guaranteed after the film has started to avoid disruption.
- It can get very cold in the Castle Keep, so wrap up warm.
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Newcastle Castle is a must-visit attraction in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne which not only explores the rich history of the city but also offers incredible views from its rooftop. There is much to discover about Newcastle Castle, from which the city gained its name many centuries ago.
The Newcastle Black Gate and Castle Keep have been subject to a vast amount of research over the last couple of years which has revealed a colourful and grim history. The uncovered stories include prisoners being hung drawn and quartered to an unusual tale of a youngster being killed by a flying donkey.
The Keep currently stands as one of the UK's finest medieval stone castle dungeons which is still open to the public. Visitors to the iconic castle will enjoy picturesque views, alongside in-depth history displays covering the backgrounds of castle inhabitants over the ages, and offering an insight into Newcastle's ancient heritage.
From a royal fortress to grim dungeons, new exhibits allow visitors to experience what life would have been like for inhabitants in these two astonishingly preserved medieval buildings. The Newcastle Castle has also hosted several ghost-hunting exhibitions due to its grim history and apparent sightings of The Poppy Girl, a previous resident of the castle who was jailed for owing people money and was beaten and died in the castle prison.
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