Scream is Wes Craven's clever, meta horror movie referencing slasher satire. A year after her mother's death, Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) and her friends start experiencing some strange phone calls. They later learn the calls were coming from a crazed serial killer, in a large black robe and white, screaming ghost-faced mask. The murderer is seeking revenge, as horror movie tropes are twisted and the bodies start to pile up around the small town of Woodsboro.
About this outdoor screening
This screening is taking place at a temporary outdoor screen at the University of Leeds, next to the Roger Stevens Building. You will be able to take your seat 15min before the advertised time, and the film will begin 15min after the advertised time.
Seating is unreserved and while we’re not formally using a socially distanced seating plan as these events are outside, we are keeping capacity for screenings at 100 so there is room for a bit of space between groups.
All tickets for outdoor screenings are £5 and can only be bought online.
They will be available to buy until the start of the film. When you arrive, a Leeds University Union staff member will show you to your designated seat. You're welcome to bring refreshments but alcohol is not permitted.
If bad weather makes an outdoor screening impossible, we will contact you on the morning of the performance and we will endeavour to provide an alternative indoor location. If you would rather not attend the screening at the indoor location you can move your seats to another outdoor performance or we will issue a refund.
If an outdoor screening goes ahead but we do experience light rain, free ponchos will be made available to everyone at the screening. In the event of heavy rain, the screening will be halted and customers will receive an email allowing them to book a free ticket to a future screening.