As well as touring the UK as Halloween draws closer, Alice Cooper is taking part in an event celebrating his love of horror films.
The legendary musician is curating an evening at the British Film Institute’s Southbank headquarters on October 28 to talk about how personally-selected examples of the cinematic genre have shaped his musical career.
Among the films up for discussion are ‘Barbarella’ and, naturally, ‘Halloween’. Cooper will also be involved in an audience Q&A session and other guests and performances are promised.
Tickets for the event, ‘Alice Cooper: Welcome 2 My Nightmare Movies’, cost £13.00 (£9.75 concessionary rate) with £1.50 discount for BFI members.
Alice Cooper’s new album ‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare’ is out now. Meanwhile, Halloween Night Of Fear Tour takes in the following dates:
25 – Sheffield, City Hall
26 – Bristol, Colston Hall
27 – Birmingham, National Indoor Arena
29 – London, Alexandra Palace
30 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
31 – Glasgow, Clyde Auditorium
More details on these dates is on the Alice Cooper website.