More Tickets Released for Love Actually, Elf + Home Alone at Narnia inspired Cinema in the Snow Next Week due to Popular Demand
More Tickets Released for Love Actually, Elf and Home Alone Screenings at Narnia inspired 'Cinema in the Snow' due to Popular Demand
Looking for something festive to do in the capital next week that isn't booked up months in advance? Pop Up Screens have come to your rescue by releasing more tickets to screenings of most popular titles including Love Actually, Elf and Home Alone. Step through the wardrobe and fir lined forest in Hackney Showrooms from 13th-23rd December and enjoy a Christmas classic with your loved ones.
Love it or loathe it, it's nearing that time when Londoners trade in casual wear for garish jumpers, single-handedly devour sharing boxes and dust off their copy of Elf after another year. Pop Up Screens is a great believer that Christmas traditions needn't be so repetitive. With bit of imagination, and a heavy helping of fake snow and fir essence, Christmas films can come alive in ways that you never thought possible.
This year’s repertoire aims to bring the wonder of Christmas to people of all ages in an unforgettably festive surrounding. This year's slate includes Home Alone, The Muppet Christmas Carol, Miracle on 34th Street, The Chronicles of Narnia and of course, Elf. Feel-good romantic comedy The Holiday and cinematic Christmas royalty It's A Wonderful Life have been added to proceedings this year due to popular demand.
Pop Up Screens founder David Leydon says “Our 'Cinema in the Snow' is all about making film watching memorable and exciting for the whole family. We're excited to have added matinee screenings to proceedings this year so kids and parents of all ages can come and enjoy our Narnia inspired set. When you were 5, you wanted to climb into your wardrobe and find something amazing at the back of it – now you finally can!”
We urge you to grab your tickets now before they sell out!
About Pop Up Screens
Pop Up Screens provides a pop-up cinema experience to moviegoers. They bring brilliant movies to cool locations. Over the summer they're outdoors and in the winter they turn to more immersive cinema experiences. Pop Up Screens has been running for five years now, and very nearly know what they’re doing, but are always open to inspiring ideas!