Members of the Friends Of Hyde Park Picture House are cordially invited to an afternoon of festival celebration on Sunday 13th December.
Doors will open at 1:45pm for a 2pm presentation by Julia Thomason from David Clarke Associates, the consultancy firm the Picture House is working with to develop a plan for the future of the building. From 2:15pm we’ll be serving sherry and mince pies and there will be time for questions and discussion on the future of the Picture House.
At 3pm our feature presentation is the 1951 version of SCROOGE starring Alastair Sim – possibly the most famous retelling of Dickens’ classic tale of an old miser given the chance to change his ways one bitter and cold Christmas Eve.
Tickets are free to members but please RSVP by Monday 7th December to firstname.lastname@example.org, via the Facebook event or by letting the box office know you wish to attend. Non-members are welcome to attend the screening section of the afternoon though they must purchase a ticket as per a normal screening.
There are also a number of other Christmas films showing in December including Joyeux Noël (Sat 5th), Muppets Christmas Carol (Sat 12th & Sun 20th), Home Alone (Sat 19th) and from Friday 19th two quite different films taking place on Christmas Eve, Tangerine and of course It’s A Wonderful Life.
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