Beacon Films presents:
Dir: Brian Henson, 1992, US, 1h 25m, U
Sat 11 December // 14:00 / Cinema
Tickets: Pay As You Can £5 / £3 / Free.
An Relaxed Screening of the classic Muppet's Christmas Carol. The fabulous Muppets band together to teach Scrooge (Michael Caine) the meaning of Christmas in this charming adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic tale.
The film has been chosen by our Beacon Films Volunteers, who will be working on the screenings at the cinema.
The doors open at 1.30pm and the film starts at 2pm.
This is a sensory friendly screening for adult audiences and to support our guests we do not recommend them to anyone under the age of 12 years.
If you need someone to support you to go to the cinema there are free tickets for carers or PA's.
The screening will have the lights up a bit in the cinema
The sound will be turned down a bit
The film will be screened with English (SDH) Subtitles.
The seating will not be sold out, there will be space for social distancing.
Mask wearing is encouraged for people who can wear them.
The screening aims to have a relaxed, supportive and inclusive atmosphere.
There will be a break room nearby for anyone to use during the screening who needs it.
Image description: Film poster for The Muppet's Christmas Carol. Kermit the Frog with his nephew on his shoulder, Miss Piggy and Gonzo are wearing Victorian costume. Miss Piggy is holding a carol book and Gonzo is swinging from a street lantern. They are standing in a street of Victorian houses against a blue snowy sky.