Cheltenham’s The Daffodil restaurant is doing the time warp, taking themselves back to 1975 with a ghoulish vibe to celebrate Halloween. The restaurant is screening The Rocky Horror Picture Show and taking themselves back to the 1920’s when it was a cinema.
The staff of The Daffodil will be getting into the Halloween spirit on 31 October by dressing up and customers are being encouraged to do the same.
Manager of The Daffodil, Bertie Davis said: “It’s an absolute pleasure for the team and me to be able to re-instate The Daffodil to its former cinematic glory.”
He continues: “This exclusive movie night marks the start of what we hope to be a regular event in the new year.”
Located in the Suffolks area of Cheltenham, the restaurant that was a former bingo hall and cinema has a display of its original art deco features and kept its Hollywood style.
For the first time this halloween, since 1963 we’re showing a film on our new cinema screen! Enjoy a delicious three-course meal, with fizz for £35pp whilst enjoying a true iconic film! If you’d like to book, call us on 01242 700055 #Halloween #RockyHorror #Cheltenham #Cinema pic.twitter.com/HLjCZ0HkYa
— The Daffodil (@TheDaffodil) October 19, 2018