The Leadmill to screen three festive classics this December

The Leadmill has announced its Christmas programme of film screenings, with Home Alone, Love Actually, and Die Hard all set to take to the Leadmill’s big screen across December.

The Christmas screenings will all take place inside The Leadmill with free Christmas hats, full Christmas decoration, themed cocktails, popcorn, and pick and mix on offer for guests. The programme starts with Home Alone on Monday 2 December, doors open 7pm, Love Actually on Tuesday 9 December, and the mother of all festive flicks Die Hard on Tuesday 17 December.

Tickets are on sale now with the option of general admission seating, tables to seat four, and VIP tables which include complimentary bubbly and pick and mix!

These announcements follow the Autumn programme of screenings at The Leadmill which include Pulp Fiction and Grease, and a series of Halloween Screenings taking place in the Samuel Worth Chapel in Sheffield General Cemetery. The Leadmill are screening The Omen and Get Out on the 31st October, and The Omen and A Nightmare on Elm Street on the 1st November. The last few tickets for which are available from leadmill.co.uk/events/cinema.

Freya Gill-Stevens, promotions manager of the Leadmill said: We’re taking the perhaps risky step of listing Die Hard as a Christmas film this year – it’s a contentious issue but we’re confident Sheffield will get into the Christmas spirit with us at these screenings!”


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