The Otherworld Film at the Museum May 5th

On Saturday May 5th at 7pm, the Museum will be be open in the evening to screen a film.  

The Otherworld film: written and directed by Gisela Pereira, is an original and mystical tale drawing on Pagan Celtic myths and Irish legends, and a film aimed for the pagan and mystical crowd.

The Warrior Lugh, crosses Woodland heading to Tara to join the court of King Nuada and the Tuatha De Danaan. During Lugh’s travel, he is bewitched by a faerie (Immrama) to a Beltane celebration, when the line between the human and fairy world are vulnerable and Lugh crosses unaware to The Otherworld – the fairy realm. Lugh and Immrama fall in love. However, they live in different times and worlds…

The film is rated PG and is suitable for older children and families.

Tickets are £10 per person, £8 for Friends of the Museum and concessions.  Ticket price includes entrance to the Museum, drinks and nibbles, a brief talk on the Otherworld by a member of the Museum team, a Q&A with writer/director Gisela Pereira and the film (which lasts an hour and twenty minutes).  The Museum will be open from 6.45pm until 9.30pm for ticket holders only.

Ways to pay:

By paypal.  Our paypal account is:

Please put ‘Otherworld’ as an Instruction/Reference.

By card: phone the Museum on 01840 250 111 and complete the transaction using a credit or debit card.

By cash: pop into the Museum and pay at the counter after we re-open on April 1st

By cheque: send a cheque made payable to Museum of Witchcraft to our address: the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, the Harbour, Boscastle, PL35 0HD.

Any issues, email the Museum:

Come and join us for what should be a magical evening!