Due to popular demand all tickets for the Christmas films this year will be available to book online (we normally only sell half the tickets in advance) so avoid disappointment and book your tickets now for A Muppet Christmas Carol, Its A Wonderful Life and Holly and the Ivy.
Fri 16 Dec // 20:00 /
A Muppet Christmas Carol
U / 85 mins / Brian Henson / 1993 / USA
For a unique twist on a holiday favourite don't miss The Muppet Christmas Carol. Michael Caine stars as Ebenezer Scrooge - alongside all your Muppet favourites - in this version of the classic Dickens' tale about a mean old man who learns to change his ways one lonely Christmas Eve. Kermit the Frog plays lowly Scrooge employee Bob Cratchit while Miss Piggy plays Bob's feisty wife. Tune in for Christmas cheer only the Muppets can bring! ALL TICKETS AVAILABLE TO BOOK ONLINE - NOW!
Sat 17 Dec // Sun 18 Dec // Sun 18 Dec // 20:00 /15:00 /20:00 /
It's a wonderful Life
U / 129 mins / Frank Capra / 1946 / USA
It’s a Wonderful Life is one of the most loved Christmas movies of all time. Jimmy Stewart is the owner of a money lending company that for years has been helping people in his town live their dreams. But when one Christmas he has one calamity after another, he decides to take his own life, believing everyone would be better off if he had never lived. A strange man claiming to be his guardian angel stops him in the act and grants him the opportunity to see what things would have been like if he had never been born. ALL TICKETS AVAILABLE TO BOOK ONLINE - NOW!
Mon 19 Dec // 20:00 /
Electric Palace Christmas Quiz!
Electric Palace Christmas Quiz. Seasonal fundraising quiz - support your community cinema. All questions about film, celebrities and movie scores. There will be fun, there will be a cash prize, there will be booze and there will be blood. Monday 19 December, 8pm. Doors open at 7:15pm. Limited seating so book now for your team of four. £4/person. Plentiful bar!
Wed 21 Dec // 20:00 /
The Holly and the Ivy
U / 83 mins / George More O'Ferrall / 1952 / UK
A heart-warming piece of vintage festive British filmmaking, this is a life-enhancing seasonal movie. Set at Christmas it preserves in amber the austere atmosphere of postwar Britain. Ralph Richardson at his most charismatic stars as a recently widowed country parson confronting familial and spiritual truths at his rural Norfolk vicarage and achieving some sort of reconciliation over Christmas 1948 with his three children and other members of his family. This is a film to treasure.
Tickets are available in advance online from this website, or on the door.
Doors and the bar open at 7.15pm, screenings start at 8pm.
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