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Mayhem Film Festival announces Short Film Showcase line-up for 18th edition

Mayhem Film Festival announces Short Film Showcase line-up for 18th edition

Posted: Mon, 26 Sep 2022 11:40

We're only 3 weeks out from this year's Mayhem Film Festival and we're excited to announce the line-up for our traditional Saturday afternoon Short Film Showcase. As the festival evolved from the original Short Film Showcase, shorts have always been at the heart of Mayhem and continue to be an opportunity to see up-and-coming directors and celebrate genre cinema from across the globe.

This year's line-up includes the following films (in alphabetical order):

A NEW DAY (UK Premiere)//Dir.Nate Southard, US, 3m44

EVERYBODY GOES TO THE HOSPITAL (UK Premiere)//Dir.Tiffany Kimmel, US, 9m02

FACE NOT RECOGNISED (UK Premiere)//Dir.Also Sisters, Spain, 8m54

HORSE BROTHERS//Dir.Milos Mitrovic & Fabian Velasco, Canada, 8m

THE LIGHT//Dir.Iago de Soto, Spain, 12m52

RINGWORMS//Dir.Will Lee, US, 13m45

SHARK//Dir.Nash Edgerton, Australia, 14m07

SHINY NEW WORLD//Dir.Jan van Gorkum, Netherlands, 8m43

SLEEP (UK Premiere)//Dir.Alexandra Pechmann, US, 3m45

SMILE//Dir.Joanna Tsanis, Canada, 6m37

STABILIZATION FAILED (World Premiere)//Dir.Ray Wong, UK, 0m55

THE TENANT//Dir.Lucas Paulino & Angel Torres, Spain, 9m46

WHILE MORTALS SLEEP//Dir.Alex Fofonoff, US, 14m10

Individual tickets are now on sale at www.broadway.org.uk/mayhem and a limited number of weekend passes are available at Broadway's box office on 0115 952 6611. We look forward to seeing you there.

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Mayhem Film Festival full line-up now confirmed

Mayhem Film Festival full line-up now confirmed

Posted: Mon, 12 Sep 2022 11:59

General ticket sale starts on Wednesday 14 September.

With a number of UK premieres, archive screenings and even live music, fans of cult, sci-fi and horror from around the world are in for a treat when the curtains go up at Broadway Cinema, Nottingham this October.

The festival begins on Thursday 13 October with low-budget British werewolf film Wolf Manor and we're delighted to welcome Director Dominic Brunt and star Rupert Proctor to the Mayhem stage for a post-screening Q&A. The opening night finishes with a screening of Dario Argento's latest giallo Dark Glasses - his first film in ten years - in which a blind sex worker is left responsible for an orphaned boy as a serial killer attempts to hunt them down.

On Friday 14 October, Mayhem delves into the archives for a rare screening of The Appointment, the Edward Woodward-starring supernatural shocker from 1982, and then it's time to get your coat hangers ready for the dive-bombing birds of Birdemic 3: Sea Eagle. A UK premiere, this third and final instalment in the Birdemic franchise features an ecological message alongside those long, long, walks on the beach.

We continue into the evening with Quentin Dupiex's cracked-sitcom, sci-fi tale Incredible But Trueas a couple look for the home of their dreams and come across a house with a surprising selling point in its basement.

We finish Friday with the critically acclaimed Mexican supernatural body horror Huesera, in which a mother discovers that the miracle of pregnancy isn't all that she dreamed of.

Saturday's line-up starts with an ultra-violent, bloody clash between teddy bears and unicorns in animated fantasy Unicorn Wars, and continues with Eddie Marsan and Raffiella Chapman in sci-fi adventure Vesperas a 13-year old fends for her injured father and fights for survival amongst a collapsed ecosystem.

The festival continues into the evening with the always popular Mayhem Short Film Showcase, with the best new horror talent from across the world on the big screen.

We then take a feline turn with BFI Film Audience Network (BFI FAN) supported, "Night of the Cat". Supported by National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network, "Night of the Cat" one of four special commissions by leading horror film festivals around the UK, will take over Broadway's purr-fect Screen 1 with two rare film screenings Kaneto Shindo's 1968 Japanese horror film Kuroneko (translated as The Black Cat) will open the night and will be accompanied by a kaleidoscopic live original score from Nottingham-based artist Yumah (aka Lucy Morrow). Then in Mayhem's late-night cult slot, a 30th anniversary screening of Stephen King's Sleepwalkers from 1992 will continue the cat theme into the night.

We're starting off the final day of the festival with Freaks Out, from Mayhem favourite Gabriele Mainetti. A genre-defying take on the superhero film, Freaks Out pits a group of bizarre circus performers against the Nazis that have captured their mentor.

We then move on to the UK premiere of Jethica - a smart, deadpan ghost story that twists the crazed stalker genre on its head.

Director Andy Mitton, who had great success at Mayhem 2018 with The Witch in the Window, returns with The Harbinger, an ambitiously scary film set during lockdown where isolation leads to very bad dreams that are starting to spread.

No Looking Back is another violent, action-packed and whiplash-fast film from the makers of huge Mayhem hit Why Don't You Just Die!

The final film of Mayhem 2022 is the scary and stylish Watcher starring Maika Monroe (the star of It Follows) as a young American woman who suspects the man watching her from across the building is a serial killer, decapitating local women.

If you still haven't got your passes, then we're pleased to announce that a limited number of full festival passes are still on sale for £85, and individual tickets will be available from Wednesday 14 September. Frankenstein ticket packages will also be available on this date for £35. The Frankenstein ticket package is exclusively available at the Broadway box office and allows you to build your own film festival with any five films for £35.

Visit broadway.org.uk/mayhem2022 to find out more and book.

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Mayhem Film Festival’s BFI FAN-supported new commission Night of the Cat screenings confirmed

Mayhem Film Festival’s BFI FAN-supported new commission Night of the Cat screenings confirmed

Posted: Wed, 17 Aug 2022 15:58

Weekend will also feature a screening of Dario Argento's Dark Glasses and the UK premiere of supernatural stalker-thriller Jethica

Mayhem Film Festival returns to Broadway Cinema, Nottingham on 13-16 October for its 18th edition and this year sees the weekend take a feline turn with the BFI Film Audience Network (BFI FAN) supported commission, "Night of the Cat" planned for the Saturday night (15 October). Screening as part of IN DREAMS ARE MONSTERS - a UK-wide film season from the BFI, supported by National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network - "Night of the Cat", one of four special commissions by leading horror film festivals around the UK, will take over Broadway's purr-fect Screen 1 with two rare film screenings: Kaneto Shindo's 1968 Japanese horror film Kuroneko (translated as The Black Cat) will open the night and will be accompanied by a kaleidoscopic live original score from Nottingham-based artist Yumah (aka Lucy Morrow). Then in Mayhem's late-night cult slot, a 30th anniversary screening of Stephen King's Sleepwalkers from 1992 will continue the cat theme into the night.

Mayhem Film Festival co-director Steven Sheil cannot wait for the Night of the Cat to begin: "We're so grateful for the support from the BFI Film Audience Network as part of BFI's IN DREAMS ARE MONSTERS season that have made Night of the Cat possible. It's given us the opportunity to not only show two films that are rarely seen on the big screen, but also commission Yumah to produce an original and evocative score that will mesmerise the audience."

Those attending the weekend will also have the opportunity to see a screening of horror maestro Dario Argento's latest giallo Dark Glasses, as well as the UK premiere of genre-bending ghost story Jethica.

Caroline Hennigan, Broadway's Director of Programme, is looking forward to welcoming Mayhem fans from across the UK back to Broadway Cinema: "Mayhem is one of our biggest weekends of the year, with an amazing atmosphere that always brings in new film fans to Broadway. The Mayhem team - Steven, Chris and Meli - always programme an eclectic and unique festival that gets people talking and we're sure this year's line-up with be no exception."

Early bird festival passes have been flying out of the door and film fans wanting to experience the weekend have until Friday 19 August to purchase at the reduced rate of £75, before the price is increased to £85.

Mayhem Film Festival co-director, Chris Cooke added: "We're currently putting together the full line-up for the weekend and will be announcing more titles over the coming weeks. All we can say is that it's looking like it'll be another vintage year!"

Further line-up announcements are expected soon and tickets can be purchased from broadway.org.uk/mayhem2022

For all Mayhem press enquiries, please contact

Cherelle Wilks, Marketing Coordinator, Broadway / c.wilks@broadway.org.uk / 0115 952 6611

Notes to Editor

About Mayhem Film Festival

Mayhem Film Festival is a cutting-edge event bringing you the very best in genre cinema and television. From premieres, new releases and previews to cult classics, breakthrough shorts, midnight movies, masterclasses, live experiments and more - Mayhem offers a unique and exciting viewing experience for audiences across four days.

Past guests and events have included a screening of Don't Look Now in the Gothic surroundings of St. Mary's Church, Nottingham, with director Nicolas Roeg in attendance, a masterclass with director Gareth Edwards (Monsters, Godzilla), special interviews with directors Mike Hodges (Get Carter, Black Rainbow) and Robin Hardy (The Wicker Man), and a special archive presentation and interview with Mark Gatiss (The League of Gentleman, Sherlock, Doctor Who). Other unique events include a screening of Tod Browning's silent classic The Unknown with a specially composed original live score by 8mm Orchestra, and a panel from the cast and creators of hit BBC TV series Being Human.

"We cannot recommend Mayhem Film Festival highly enough." Sci-Fi Now
"One of the best organised horror gatherings around..." Dark Side Magazine
"Mayhem amply captures the zeitgeist in horror, science-fiction and cult cinema...and boasts some of the finest programming around." Starburst

http://www.mayhemfilmfestival.com

About IN DREAMS ARE MONSTERS:

IN DREAMS ARE MONSTERS is a major new BFI season, in partnership with BFI FAN. The film and events season will run at cinemas UK-wide and online on BFI Player from 17 October to 31 December 2022.

Horror has been the most radical and provocative genre since the very inception of cinema; forcing audiences to confront their darkest thoughts, offering a platform to marginalised voices, and providing community to those excluded from the mainstream. IN DREAMS ARE MONSTERS will chart how the monsters of horror have made physical the anxieties of their times, and how we react when faced with the monster within.

IN DREAMS ARE MONSTERS will throw open the doors, inviting everyone, whether established fans, curious individuals or even those unconvinced that horror films are for them, to find the right horror for them, experience the riches of the genre and engage with the ideas it provokes.

The full programme for IN DREAMS ARE MONSTERS will be announced on 8 September Find out more bfi.org.uk/in-dreams-are-monsters

ABOUT THE BFI FILM AUDIENCE NETWORK

Supported by National Lottery funding, the BFI Film Audience Network (FAN), is central to the BFI's aim to ensure the greatest choice of film is available for everyone. Established in 2012 to build wider and more diverse UK cinema audiences for British and international film, FAN is a unique, UK-wide collaboration made up of eight Hubs managed by leading film organisations and venues strategically placed around the country. FAN also supports talent development with BFI NETWORK Talent Executives in each of the English Hubs, with a mission to discover and support talented writers, directors and producers at the start of their careers.

The UK-wide events and screenings presented as part of IN DREAMS ARE MONSTERS Events have been coordinated by the BFI Film Audience Network (BFI FAN), led by Film Hub Midlands, who manage the Network's Major Programme initiatives.

BFI FAN Film Hubs are:

  • Film Hub Midlands is led by Broadway, Nottingham working in partnership with the Birmingham-based Flatpack
  • Film Hub North is led jointly by Showroom Workstation, Sheffield and HOME Manchester
  • Film Hub South East is led by the Independent Cinema Office
  • Film Hub South West is led by Watershed in Bristol
  • Film Hub Scotland is led by Glasgow Film Theatre
  • Film Hub Northern Ireland is led by Queen's University Belfast
  • Film Hub Wales is led by Chapter in Cardiff
  • Film Hub London is led by Film London

About Yumah:

Yumah is the music project of Nottingham-based artist Lucy Morrow. Using only her voice and a looper pedal, she creates layered vocal soundscapes - evocative, mesmerising and beautiful.

Find out more yumah.bandcamp.com

About Broadway Cinema:

Screening independent British and World film alongside Hollywood blockbusters and classic cinema retrospectives, Broadway is one of the UK's leading independent cinemas attracting thousands of visitors each year to its four-screen cinema, café bar and meeting, workshop, and office spaces.

Broadway's wider role includes encouraging the development of new talent and supporting learning through programmes such as the BFI Film Academy, and innovation and enterprise for people working in the creative and digital industries with initiatives such Near Now, Broadway's studio for arts, design and innovation, and the Near Now Fellowship, their artistic and professional development programme.

Broadway hosts award-winning filmmakers such as Jeanie Finlay (Game of Thrones: The Last Watch, Seahorse: The Dad Who Gave Birth) and Wellington Studios (BAFTA Scotland award-winning Calibre, London to Brighton) who regularly receive international acclaim for their work. Broadway is also the home of the BFI's Film Hub Midlands, a key driving force behind film culture in the Midlands that provides training and funding to ensure people in the region watch, make and show films and has also been awarded a BFI Screen Diversity Mark.

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Updated: Early bird tickets now on sale for Mayhem Film Festival’s 18th edition

Updated: Early bird tickets now on sale for Mayhem Film Festival’s 18th edition

Posted: Thu, 21 Jul 2022 15:25

Early bird tickets are now on sale for Mayhem 2022.

Early bird tickets are now on sale for the 18th edition of Mayhem Film Festival - Nottingham's very own weekend showcase of the best horror, sci-fi and cult film from around the world.

Mayhem Film Festival curator Steven Sheil cannot wait for this year's festival to begin: "Mayhem Film Festival is now 18, which means we can finally watch our programme and have a few drinks in the Café Bar, legally!"

Mayhem Film Festival co-curator, Chris Cooke added: "We're currently putting together the full line-up for the Mayhem weekend and will be announcing our line-up over the coming weeks. All we can say is that it's looking like it'll be another vintage year!"

Caroline Hennigan, Broadway's Programme Director, is looking forward to welcoming Mayhem fans from across the UK back to Broadway Cinema: "Mayhem is one of our biggest weekends of the year, with an amazing atmosphere that always brings in new film fans to Broadway. The Mayhem team - Steven, Chris and Meli - always programme an eclectic and unique festival that gets people talking and we're sure this year's line-up will be no exception."

Early bird tickets are now on sale and Mayhem fans can purchase either a full festival pass for £75 that includes Thursday evening's screenings or keep it to the weekend only (Friday-Sunday) for £70. Tickets can be purchased from the Broadway website.

In previous years, Mayhem has welcomed many filmmakers from around the world such as Gareth Edwards (Godzilla, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) for Monsters, Mark Gatiss (The League of Gentlemen, Sherlock) for a special masterclass, Ben Wheatley for a preview screening of Sightseers, Nicolas Roeg for a special screening of Don't Look Now at St. Mary's Church in Nottingham, and cult Canadian collective Astron-6 for The Editor and The Void. Mayhem Film Festival has also hosted special events such as screenings with specially-commissioned live scores from 8MM Orchestra, two exclusive live stage reading of unmade Hammer Films screenplays, The Unquenchable Thirst of Dracula in 2015 and Zeppelin V. Pterodactyls in 2017, and a live performance of Tales of HP Lovecraft by The Duke St Workshop featuring British actor Laurence R. Harvey.

Further line-up announcements are expected soon.

For all Mayhem press enquiries, please contact

Cherelle Wilks, Marketing Coordinator, Broadway / c.wilks@broadway.org.uk / 0115 952 6611

Notes to editor

Mayhem Film Festival

Mayhem Film Festival is a cutting-edge event bringing you the very best in genre cinema and television. From premieres, new releases and previews to cult classics, breakthrough shorts, midnight movies, masterclasses, live experiments and more - Mayhem offers a unique and exciting viewing experience for audiences across four days.

Past guests and events have included a screening of Don't Look Now in the Gothic surroundings of St. Mary's Church, Nottingham, with director Nicolas Roeg in attendance, a masterclass with director Gareth Edwards (Monsters, Godzilla), special interviews with directors Mike Hodges (Get Carter, Black Rainbow) and Robin Hardy (The Wicker Man), and a special archive presentation and interview with Mark Gatiss (The League of
Gentleman
, Sherlock, Doctor Who). Other unique events include a screening of Tod Browning's silent classic The Unknown with a specially-composed original live score by 8mm Orchestra, and a panel from the cast and creators of hit BBC TV series Being Human.

"We cannot recommend Mayhem Film Festival highly enough." Sci-Fi Now
"One of the best organised horror gatherings around..." Dark Side Magazine
"Mayhem amply captures the zeitgeist in horror, science-fiction and cult cinema...and boasts some of the finest programming around." Starburst

http://www.mayhemfilmfestival.com

About Broadway Cinema:

Screening independent British and World film alongside Hollywood blockbusters and classic cinema retrospectives, Broadway is one of the UK's leading independent cinemas attracting thousands of visitors each year to its four screen cinema, Café Bar and meeting, workshop and office spaces.

Broadway's wider role includes encouraging the development of new talent and supporting learning through programmes such as the BFI Film Academy, and innovation and enterprise for people working in the creative and digital industries with initiatives such Near Now, Broadway's studio for arts, design and innovation, and the Near Now Fellowship, their artistic and professional development programme.

Broadway hosts award-winning filmmakers such as Jeanie Finlay (Game of Thrones: The Last Watch, Seahorse: The Dad Who Gave Birth) and Wellington Studios (BAFTA Scotland award-winning Calibre, London to Brighton ) who regularly receive international acclaim for their work. Broadway is also the home of the BFI's Film Hub Midlands, a key driving force behind film culture in the Midlands that provides training and funding to ensure people in the region watch, make and show films and has also been awarded a BFI Screen Diversity Mark.

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Mayhem Film Festival returns to Broadway, Nottingham on 13-16 October 2022

Mayhem Film Festival returns to Broadway, Nottingham on 13-16 October 2022

Posted: Mon, 09 May 2022 17:01

Mayhem Film Festival will return this autumn to Broadway Cinema, Nottingham to showcase the best in international horror, sci-fi and cult cinema, with the festival's 18th edition planned to run for four days from Thursday 13 - Sunday 16 October.

Following last year's triumphant return to Broadway's Screen 1 after a scaled-down 'Skeleton Edition' of the festival in 2020, organisers are excited to once again begin planning for the festival's traditional four-day event in October.

Mayhem's organisers promise the biggest edition of the festival yet – festival co-director Chris Cooke says: "We're looking forward to bringing you together for the most anticipated and exciting examples of the genre, special guests and more… across four days of glorious global cinema – in a packed-out Screen 1 at the very best venue out there, Broadway Cinema!"

Broadway's Director of Marketing and Communications, Stewart Terry added: "We can't wait to host another Mayhem this year. The four-day Mayhem weekend is always one of the most exciting times for us here at Broadway, and we know that many film lovers visit us from across the UK to not only see the latest in big-screen horror, sci-fi and cult movies, but also to re-engage with their fellow Mayhem fans."

In addition to announcing their 2022 dates, Mayhem Film Festival is pleased to open the call for short films for this year's edition. Over the years, Mayhem has grown from a single short film programme to a four-day event, but its shorts programme remains at the heart of every edition. Mayhem Film Festival are looking for horror, sci-fi and cult short films, produced after 1 January 2021 and that are under 22 minutes long. More information on how to submit films is available at https://filmfreeway.com/MayhemFilmFestival

In previous years, Mayhem has welcomed many filmmakers from around the world such as Gareth Edwards (Godzilla, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) for Monsters, Mark Gatiss (The League of Gentlemen, Sherlock) for a special masterclass, Ben Wheatley for a preview screening of Sightseers, Nicolas Roeg for a special screening of Don't Look Now at St Mary's Church in Nottingham, and cult Canadian collective Astron-6 for The Editor and The Void. Mayhem Film Festival has also hosted special events such as screenings with specially commissioned live scores from 8MM Orchestra, two exclusive live stage readings of unmade Hammer Films screenplays, The Unquenchable Thirst of Dracula in 2015 and Zeppelin V. Pterodactyls in 2017, and a live performance of Tales of HP Lovecraft by The Duke St Workshop featuring British actor Laurence R. Harvey.

Planning is currently underway for Mayhem Film Festival's 18th edition with more information and announcements coming soon. Mayhem Film Festival will take place at Broadway, Nottingham on 13 – 16 October 2022.

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Mayhem teams up with The Nottingham Horror Collective for Jennifer's Body + horror shorts on Friday 1 April

Mayhem teams up with The Nottingham Horror Collective for Jennifer's Body + horror shorts on Friday 1 April

Posted: Fri, 18 Mar 2022 15:31

Mayhem is teaming up with The Nottingham Horror Collective for a special screening of Jennifer's Body on Friday 1 April at Broadway Cinema, Nottingham to celebrate women in the horror genre.

Join us at Broadway for the cult comedy horror Jennifer's Body (2009), directed by Karyn Kusama and starring a demonically possessed Megan Fox - but first, we'll be kicking things off with a selection of Mayhem-curated horror shorts by women directors:

CRESWICK
Natalie Erika James / 2017 / 9m
While a young woman helps her father pack up his house, they both become increasingly aware of a presence they always knew was there.

NASTY
Prano Bailey-Bond / 2016 / 15m
It's 1982, and twelve-year old Doug is drawn into the lurid world of VHS horror as he explores the mysterious disappearance of his father.

CATCALLS
Kate Dolan / 2018 / 9m
Paul cruises around late at night looking for a cheap thrill. Unfortunately for him, the girls he pulls up to are also out hunting.

About The Nottingham Horror Collective:
Led by graphic designer & illustrator Ruth Skrytek and writer & editor Emily Malone, TNHC is a local zine dedicated to the horror genre.

Their 5th zine issue, THE HIGH PRIESTESS, is a celebration of women in horror. Featuring interviews with Alexandra Heller-Nicholas (1000 Women in Horror), Nona Limmen (Age of the Succubus), and 64 pages of original artwork, short fiction, reviews, and articles by 27 horror-loving creatives from Nottingham and beyond.

You'll be able to purchase THE HIGH PRIESTESS (releasing on International Women's Day, Tuesday 8 March) at a 10% discount with every ticket on the night, or via: thenottinghamhorrorcollective.co.uk

Tickets are available from Broadway Cinema's website now.

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Guests confirmed for opening night of Mayhem 2021

Guests confirmed for opening night of Mayhem 2021

Posted: Wed, 06 Oct 2021 10:00

Mayhem is pleased to announce confirmed guests for this year's edition of the festival, which takes place from Thursday 14 - Sunday 17 October 2021.

We are delighted to be joined on the opening night of Mayhem 2021 by the co-director of behind-the-scenes documentary Alien on Stage, Danielle Kummer, as well as star of the play, Lydia Hayward, who plays Ripley, and the play's director, Dave Mitchell.

Alien on Stage sees a group of Dorset bus drivers remake sci-fi classic Alien for the stage - all on a shoestring budget - and triumphantly take it to the West End stage. It screens at Mayhem on Thursday 14 October at 7PM.

A very limited number of tickets are still available to book online via our Tickets page.

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Online booking now available for Mayhem 2021 (Monday 4 October)

Online booking now available for Mayhem 2021 (Monday 4 October)

Posted: Mon, 04 Oct 2021 15:36

Tickets for Mayhem 2021 are now available to book online, following technical issues last week. Please visit our Ticketing page to book.

Seating for this year's festival is allocated, so you'll need to pick your seats when booking for each film.

A very limited number of full weekend passes are available via Broadway's Box Office only - please call 0115 952 6600 or drop in in person to book.

Thank you for your patience, and happy booking!

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Online bookings down due to technical issue (Friday 1 October)

Online bookings down due to technical issue (Friday 1 October)

Posted: Fri, 01 Oct 2021 17:45

Our host venue Broadway is currently experiencing technical issues with online bookings for Mayhem.

Please call the Box Office on 0115 952 6600 or visit in person (open from 12PM daily) to book your tickets and passes.

We apologise for any inconvenience, and we hope to have online sales available soon.

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Individual tickets available from Friday 1 October for Mayhem 2021

Individual tickets available from Friday 1 October for Mayhem 2021

Posted: Wed, 29 Sep 2021 18:00

With just over two weeks to go until Mayhem 2021 gets underway, we're pleased to finally announce that individual tickets will go on sale at midday on Friday 1 October.

Due to the uncertainty that the pandemic has brought, we've had to wait to confirm if individual tickets would be possible for this year's festival, so we're very happy to now be able to release a limited number of tickets for each film. Browse this year's full line-up here.

As with passes this year, seating is allocated to allow for social distancing and so you'll need to pick a specific seat for each screening when you book your tickets.

From Friday, full weekend passes will be available via Broadway's Box Office only. Visit the Box Office in person or contact Broadway over the phone on 0115 952 6600 to book.

See you all at Broadway, Nottingham - Thursday 14-Sunday 17 October 2021.

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