Labyrinth (1986)

Mon 15th July 2024

Cults & Classics 2024 welcomes you to a fantastical and whimsical evening with Labyrinth at Queen’s Park Arena, presented by Inhouse CIC! Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Jim Henson’s iconic fantasy film, where a young girl navigates a labyrinth to rescue her baby brother from the Goblin King.

In Labyrinth, Jennifer Connelly stars as Sarah, who, after wishing her brother away, must journey through the labyrinthine maze of the Goblin King, played by David Bowie. Filled with imaginative creatures, mind-bending puzzles, and memorable songs, the film is a visual feast that celebrates the power of imagination and determination.

This cinematic gem has captured the hearts of audiences with its puppetry, visual effects, and the musical talents of David Bowie. Labyrinth is a classic fantasy adventure that transports viewers to a world where the boundaries between reality and fantasy blur in the most magical way.

Join us for an evening of cinematic wonder as we revisit the enchanting narrative of Labyrinth at Queen’s Park Arena. Secure your tickets and get ready for a journey into a labyrinth filled with wonder, danger, and the timeless magic of Jim Henson’s creation in this enduring family classic!

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This film is rated U, under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult.

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Event Location

Queen's Park Arena,
Queen's Park,
Glasgow,
G42 8QR

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Event Times

17:00 - 22:30

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