The Luna Cinema, the UK’s leading producer of open air and pop up film screenings, is back with its festive cinema, The Luna Winter Cinema, offering audiences the chance to enjoy classic festive films on the big screen in two unique settings.
With long winter nights fast approaching, nothing puts you in the Christmas spirit as much as curling up to watch your favourite Christmas film on the big screen.
The Luna Winter Cinema will run from 15th-23rd December, returning to two beautiful indoor, heated venues: the stunning pavilion of Kensington Palace in West London and the magnificent St George’s Hall in the heart of Liverpool.
The ultimate festive cinema experience gives film fans a chance to take a break from the chaos around last-minute Christmas shopping and the festive party season, to snuggle up and enjoy iconic Christmas classics on the big screen with friends and family.
With the chance to enjoy classic festive favourites such as “Love Actually”, “Home Alone”, “It’s A Wonderful Life” and “Elf” – it’s set to be an unashamedly Christmassy extravaganza. With delicious mulled wine, mince pies and hot chocolate on offer as well as a full bar and comfy seats, The Luna Winter Cinema is set to be the perfect Christmas outing for all ages.
With tickets starting at £13.00 (including booking fees)*, families, friends and co-workers can head down to one of the two locations and experience some Christmas winter magic.
Each venue is seated, with the additional option to purchase Premium tickets at Kensington Palace. A Premium ticket gives film fans the chance to cosy up on a luxury sofa for two, with a complimentary drink on arrival, as well as butler service throughout the film.
George Wood, founder of The Luna Cinema, said: “We are hugely excited to bring The Luna Winter Cinema back to two truly stunning venues in Kensington Palace and St George’s Hall. This is definitely going to be the perfect way for friends, family and even co-workers to come together to get into the Christmas spirit. For me I always feel Christmas hasn’t started until I’ve watched Home Alone with a mulled wine! And I’m sure our audiences feel the same.”
Tuesday 17 December / Home Alone (1990) / 15:15
Tuesday 17 December / Love Actually (2003) / 18:45
Wednesday 18 December / The Greatest Showman (2018) / 15:15
Wednesday 18 December / Die Hard (1988) / 18:45
Thursday 19 December / Home Alone (1990) / 15:15
Thursday 19 December / Elf (2003) / 18:45
Friday 20 December / Elf (2003) / 15:15
Friday 20 December / The Holiday (2006) / 18:45
Saturday 21 December / The Holiday (2006) /15:15
Saturday 21 December / Love Actually (2003) / 18:45
Sunday 22 December / It’s A Wonderful Life (1946) / 15:15
Sunday 22 December / Home Alone (1990) / 18:45
Monday 23 December / Elf (2003)/ 15:15
Monday 23 December / It’s A Wonderful Life (1946) / 18:45
To book tickets and for more information visit www.thelunacinema.com