It’s the Great HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR Charlie Brown!

Camana Bay is gearing up to make the most of Halloween and all are invited along to some howlingly good nights that are sure to bring out all the young ghouls and goblins in Grand Cayman.

They couldn’t wait until Wednesday, 31 October, and so the fun begins on Saturday with the annual Halloween Spooktacular. So get your costumes ready, apply your makeup, and get ready to have fun with all the other ghosts, superheroes and pirates in attendance. Not only will there be lots of events to keep your little monsters busy, but there will be food and drink aplenty on hand to keep their tummies full.

Halloween Spooktacular

It all starts at 4pm on Saturday, 27 October in the Camana Bay Town Centre. Children need to get dressed up and get down there so they can Trick or Treat throughout the Town Centre. They can also explore their creative sides with Creepy Crafts and guess what’s inside the Monster Lab. Ooooooo…..! Later in the evening it’s time to watch a surprise Spooky Creature Double Feature, but make time for a picture in the charity Pumpkin Patch and dance the night away at the Monster Mash Bash. Parents, there will also be a scary movie just for you so never fear (muah-ha-ha-ha…).  Speaking of which, you’re in for a scream over this Halloween, starting tonight! Make your way to Gardenia Court for the first night of the Halloween Moonlight & Movies series, and get a seat for the big screen.

Halloween Moonlight & Movies

Saturday 27 October 7pm: Wallace & Gromit: Cruise of the Were Rabbit (2005, G)
Wallace and his loyal dog set out to discover the mystery behind the garden pest that threatens to sabotage the annual giant vegetable growing contest. Another brilliant offering from Aardman, this is a brilliant film for all ages and should definitely not be missed.

Saturday 27 October 9pm: Dark Shadows (2012, PG-13)
An imprisoned vampire is set free and returns to his ancestral home to find his dysfunctional descendants in need of his protection. An excellent cast including Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham-Carter and Michelle Pfeiffer makes this a very entertaining film, based on the television series of the same name.

Monday 29 October 7pm: Death Becomes Her (1992, PG-13)
Meryl Streep, Goldie Hawn and Bruce Willis are absolutely hilarious in this film about long-standing rivalries and getting even in a very interesting way. When a woman learns of a new immortality treatment, she sees it as a way to outdo her long-time rival. Great fun for the teenage and older crowd. 

Tuesday 30 October 7pm: Van Helsing (2004, PG-13)
Hugh Jackman plays the notorious monster-hunter, sent to Transylvania to stop Count Dracula from using Dr. Frankenstein’s research for a sinister purpose. Visually spectacular and a great Halloween film for teens and adults.

Wednesday 31 October 7pm: Little Shop of Horrors (1986, PG-13)
A nerdish florist played by Rick Moranis finds his chance for success and romance with the help of a giant man-eating plant. This is a terrific musical and was originally a stage production, which was recently presented at the Prospect Playhouse Theatre. Come along and sing along with the familiar numbers.

Camana Bay is definitely where you want to be on the days leading up to Halloween. Bring your children along so that the whole family can enjoy this time of trick or treating together.

 

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