From a Frozen Sing-a-long to classic Christmas films, Lancaster’s Dukes cinema is offering all you need for a feelgood festive season.
The seasonal film cracker kicks off on December 13 with a screening of ballet The Nutcracker – broadcast from The Bolshoi. Tickets cost £13/£12 concessions.
And the first of four screenings of It’s A Wonderful Life (U) takes place on December 14 as part of The Dukes A Life More Ordinary (ALMO) programme of events for people with memory problems, though everyone is welcome. Interval entertainment is also provided. Tickets ( £4) include tea or coffee and a pastry.
A more modern classic – The Muppets version of Dickens Christmas Carol (U) – hits the big screen on December 21 and 22. Join Kermit and the gang together with Michael Caine in this retelling of the traditional tale.
And if you’re still feeling a bit Bah Humbug, The Dukes screens yet another version of A Christmas Carol with Bill Murray as a mean TV executive who doesn’t appreciate the festive spirit in Scrooged (PG) on December 18. The day after, on December 19, there’s a chance to let go of all those pre-Christmas panics and sing-a-long to Frozen (PG) at £4 a ticket.
Tickets for all the festive films, except The Nutcracker, Frozen Sing-a-long and the ALMO screening are £6.50/£5.50 concessions.
To book tickets, call 01524 598500 or visit www.dukes-lancaster.org.