mon 6 aug
Dir. Tim Burton | 1990 | 100 mins | USA
Gates 7pm | Film approx. 9pm
£6 in advance | £7 on the gate (if available)
Big Screen In The Park is back for seven nights of outdoor cinema magic in Northernhay Gardens.
- Tickets: £6 in advance, £7 on the gate
- + £4 for a deckchair
- + £17 picnic for 2 with soft drink
- + £21 picnic for 2 with a bottle of wine
An inventor dies, leaving his greatest creation – an artificially-built human – alone and unfinished in an eerie castle with nothing but scissor-blades for hands. When the Avon lady comes calling Edward is exposed to the real world. In this pastel-coloured suburbia, he finds his gentle and naive nature coupled with his unusual appearance makes it almost impossible for him to fit in.
This haunting and darkly sweet fairytale marks the first of many collaborations between Johnny Depp and Tim Burton and is as magical today as it was first time around.
‘Edward Scissorhands isn’t perfect. It’s something better: pure magic.’
‘A true fairytale … laced with humour and humanity’
Please remember to leave your chairs at home this year, as they won't be accepted into the park. Take a look at our seating area options to find out more.
EXETER PHOENIX RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER OR CANCEL SCREENINGS