Manchester’s only cinema dedicated to classic films is putting on it’s first mini film festival dedicated entirely to the work of Nicolas Cage.
Chapeltown Picture House opened in July showing cult classics on the big screen as well as letting video game fans play with a full cinema setup. Now this three day festival ‘House Of Cage’ will show three Nicolas Cage double bills over one weekend.
Kicking off Friday at 6pm with the Coen Brothers’ comedy Raising Arizona quickly followed at 8pm by David Lynch’s Wild At Heart, Saturday sees a nineties action movie double bill with Con Air & The Rock on the big screen then things get weird on Sunday with Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call New Orleans showing and the weekend being wrapped up with uber strange horror movie Mandy. As is standard at Chapeltown Picture House a fine selection of craft beers from Squawk Brewing Co. will be available alongside a full bar and freshly popped popcorn to enjoy during the movies.
Chapeltown Picture House’s House Of Cage starts Friday 20th September at 6pm and runs over the entire weekend. The event is ticketed and it is recommended you buy tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. Full details and tickets can be found here. Chapeltown Picture House can be found at 64 Chapeltown Street, Manchester, M1 2WH.