Glasgow Cathedral hosts silent horror film screening accompanied by haunting organ player

Opera singer


The spooky season is officially underway – and Glasgow is full of weird and wonderful events, from spooky parties to terrifying immersive adventures.

But you don’t have to wait until October 31st to get things done overnight.

If you’re brave enough, Glasgow Cathedral is hosting a scary movie screening tonight.

Set in the spooky setting of medieval Glasgow Cathedral, the organizers resurrect the 1925 silent horror film, The Phantom of the Opera.

Not only that, but organ player Aaron Hawthorne and singer Rosie Lavery will perform alongside the haunting film for a truly chilling experience.

Part of the Glasgow Cathedral Festival, this ultra spooky screening of Phantom of the Opera after dark is the ultimate event for truly hardened horror fans.

Bump into the Night: Glasgow Cathedral from the Necropolis Cemetery

Organizers said: “Consecrated in 1197, medieval Glasgow Cathedral has hosted many chilling tales over the past 800 years.

“As you follow Christine and the Phantom through the haunted Paris Opera, will you dare to imagine what might be hiding behind the vast Gothic columns or in the sweeping arches above?

“Join these award-winning musicians for a mind-blowing late-night experience, if you dare! “

The show starts at 9pm tonight and tickets range from £ 7 to £ 20.

More information can be found here