Labyrinth is Coming to Select Theaters For Three Days Only

Labyrinth

Some movies will NEVER get old, these are the timeless movies that transcend generations. One of these movies is Labyrinth.

Who can forget the Goblin King (David Bowie), the babe with the magic, Hoggle and Ludo? This 1986 cult classic starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly will be returning to theaters for a special limited screening thanks to Fathom Events.

For three days only (April 29, May 1, and May 2) you can journey through the Bog of Eternal Stench, on the big screen, with Sarah as she seeks to reclaim her brother from the goblin king.

There is also a special introduction by Brian Henson and Jennifer Connelly.

Tickets go on sale on February 25th.

 

Journey into Jim Henson’s magical Labyrinth when the 1986 fantasy-adventure returns to the big screen for three days only as a nationwide fan celebration. Audiences are encouraged to attend the screenings in costume to celebrate the nostalgia, music and legacy of this beloved film.

Frustrated with babysitting on yet another weekend night, Sarah (Jennifer Connelly), a teenager with an active imagination, summons the Goblins to take her baby stepbrother away. When little Toby actually disappears, Sarah must follow him into a fantastical world to rescue him from the Goblin King (David Bowie). Guarding his castle is the labyrinth itself, a twisted maze of deception, populated with outrageous characters and unknown dangers. To get through it in time to save Toby, Sarah befriends the Goblins, in hopes that their loyalty isn’t just another illusion in a place where nothing is as it seems!

The event will include exclusive introductions by Brian Henson and Jennifer Connelly. In addition, audiences will enjoy a special theatrical screening excerpt from the award-winning fantasy series “The Storyteller.”

Labyrinth Fans – We want you to have fun at these cinema events – but safety is paramount. Please note that attending in costume is fine, however masks, face-concealing make-up, fake weapons as well as any costumes that conceal what you are carrying, your natural body shape or face are strictly prohibited.