Pulp Fiction and Jurassic Park to be screened at the Devil’s Arse

This August, The Village Screen is excited to be returning to one of the UK’s most stunning natural locations, the Peak Cavern Cave, for a unique cinematic experience. 

Taking their big screen inside an actual cave, lovingly nicknamed the Devil’s Arse, the Village Screen will be screening a selection of classic favourites within a stunning backdrop in the surrounds of the Peak District.

Alongside the cinema screenings there will also be the opportunity to sample delicious local street food courtesy of local food vendor legends, as well as live music entertainment.

Due to popular demand, Thursday 29 August will see the return of Spielberg’s Jurassic Park and see the Peak Cavern transformed into a pre-historic haven. On Friday 30 August, it’s time to get ready for a serious adventure with a screening of the family favourite The Goonies.  Saturday 31 August brings a huge slice of nostalgia as The Village Screen takes it back to 1994 with a special 25th anniversary screening of Quentin Tarantino’s classic, Pulp Fiction. Finally, tissues at the ready, on Sunday 1 September as Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga bring the events to a close in the smash-hit movie musical, A Star is Born.

Ahead of the screening, The Village Screen will also be transforming the Peak Cavern car park into a street food paradise, with tasty delights from excellent local street food traders, plus there will be a fully stocked bar serving a selection of refreshing drinks, including crafts beers from Thornbridge Brewery, themed cocktails, wines, fizz and soft drinks. Cinema-goers will also be able to grab themselves a box of fresh popcorn or a sweet bag of pick n mix, before cosying down inside the awe-inspiring cave to watch the film.

Tickets: Adult tickets (16+) are priced at £17.50.  VIP sofa tickets for two are priced at £50 (includes a sofa in a prime position, plus two blankets). Blanket hire £5 + £5 refundable deposit per blanket.  Seat cushion hire £5+ £5 refundable deposit per cushion.  Online booking fees apply. Tickets are available now via

In association with, the local box office.

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