Special screenings of David Bowie film in Crouch End
The Picturehouse in Crouch End will be holding three special screenings of a 1986 film starring David Bowie.
Labyrinth, directed by Jim Henson, was produced in America.
Sarah, a teenager, summons the goblins from her favourite book, Labyrinth, to take her young step-brother away.
But when little Toby disappears, Sarah must follow him into the fairy tale to rescue him, in the hope that she can bring him home from a world where nothing is as it seems.
The late David Bowie performs five original songs in the role of the Goblin King.
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The Picturehouse will be showing Labyrinth on the evenings of January 15 and 16.
To book: picturehouses.com/cinema/Crouch_End_Picturehouse/film/labyrinth
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