Festive Family Film
Dir: Andrew Adamson, 2005, US, 2h 30m, PG
Sat 18 December // 14:00 / Cinema (cancelled)
Tickets: Pay As You Can £5 / £3 / Free. Tickets on sale soon!
We are sorry this event has been cancelled for the time being
A relaxed family screening of the adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ beloved classic book. Four children discover the enchanted gateway to a parallel universe, Narnia, where an evil White Witch enslaves the land in perpetual winter. With the help of a majestic lion, the children must help him free Narnia from the witch’s curse.
The film has been chosen by one of our Beacon Films Volunteers.
This is a sensory friendly screening and to support our guests we do not recommend them to anyone under the age of 2 years.
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 Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. A lions face over scenes from the film including the white witch in a sleigh driven by polar bears and a young girl called Lucy standing by a lamppost.