The Village Screen is bringing a Christmas cinema to Sheffield
A trio of Christmas classics are being brought to 92 Burton Road by the Village Screen next month.
On the last weekend before Christmas, Die Hard (21 December), Home Alone (22 December) and Love Actually (22 December) will be shown at the pop-up Christmas cinema at 92 Burton Road in Kelham Island.
Ahead of each showing, Village Screen’s resident DJ spinning the best Christmas tunes, street food vendors serving up wintry grub and a bar serving a selection of drinks including some winter warmers and seasonal specials throughout the evening. Nothing says Christmas like watching Hans Gruber chase John McClane around Nakatomi Plaza in LA with a nice mulled wine.
Die Hard (Friday 21 December) – Doors at 18:30, film at 20:30. 16+ only.
Home Alone (Saturday 22nd December) – Doors at 14:00, film at 16:00. Suitable for the entire family.
Love Actually (Saturday 22nd December) – Doors at 18:30, film at 20:30. 16+ only.
Tickets are prices at £15 for adults, £13 for students and seniors (60+) and £10 for children. There are also family ticket options available. Online booking fees apply.
Tickets go on sale at 9am on the Village Screen’s website on Thursday 15 November.