Adding a new twist to the Christmas Night Out, more city venues than ever before are offering comfy seats, bean bags and plenty of munchies as our fave festive films are beamed onto big screens. There’s family favourites, love stories galore, a few muppets and the age old debate…..is Die Hard a Christmas film?
The Liverpool Phil is a magical venue that offers film fans a comfy seat, brilliant view and festive atmosphere for it’s movie showings. Click here to book your tickets.
Love Actually in Concert – 27th November 7:30pm
The Muppets Christmas Carol – 5th December 7:30pm
The Snowman Sing-along – 15th & 16th December from 11:30am
It’s A Wonderful Life – Christmas Eve, from 11am.
Talk about a unique venue to book a Christmas film night date! Sefton Park’s Palm House welcomes big screen action this December with loads of family favourites. Click here to book.
Elf – 18th December – 6pm
Scrooge 1951 – 18th December – 8:30pm
Greatest Showman: Sing-a-long – 19th December – 6pm
Die Hard – 19th December – 9pm
Muppet’s Christmas Carol – 20th December – 6pm
It’s A Wonderful Life – 20th December – 8:30pm
Home Alone – 21st December – 6pm
Nightmare Before Christmas – 21st December – 9pm
Now, talking of unique venues! If you like your Christmas films with a side of live music and a wealth of British music memorabilia….this one is for you! Click here to book.
The Nightmare Before Christmas – 20th December from 5pm
Ok for not technically Christmas films, but there’s always a Star Wars or two on around the festive break. Why not treat yourself and see these absolute classics In the city’s biggest venue! Click here to book.
Star Wars: A New Hope with Live Orchestra – 28th November 7:30pm
War of the Worlds – 5th December 8pm
There was no way Camp & Furnace we’re hosting a quiet, unassuming little movie night, all calm and peaceful! ASBO Cinema returns for a whole host of Christmas chaos alongside a couple of family classics! Click here to book.
ASBO Cinema Home Alone – 5th December 6pm
ASBO Cinema Love Actually – 12th December 6pm
ASBO Cinema Elf – 19th December 6pm
Family Friendly Frozen & Home Alone – 15th December 12pm
The Lodge at The Club House is such a gorgeous venue. It’s like walking into the living room you always wanted to own…..in Aspen! Grab a comfy sofa with your mates, the kids or your better half and watch a classic this winter. Click here to book.
Dirty Dancing – 13th November 7:30pm
Deadpool – 19th November 7:30pm
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory – 20th November
Moulin Rouge – 27th November 7:30pm
If there’s a venue in the city that oozes festive charm, it has to be St George’s Hall! The Luna Cinema invites you and your little ones to enjoy a Christmas classic from 19th December. Click here to book.
The Muppets Christmas Carol – 19th December 4pm
Home Alone – 19th December 7:30pm
Miracle on 34th Street – 20th December 4pm
Die Hard – 20th December 7:30pm
The Nightmare Before Christmas – 21st December 4pm
The Holiday – 21st December 7:30pm
The Greatest Showman – 22nd December 4pm
Love Actually – 22nd December 7:30pm
It’s a Wonderful Life – 23rd December 4pm
Elf – 23rd December 7:30pm
CIRCO invites you to watch, no wait, EXPERIENCE Home Alone like never before! Expect a fully immersive event, where attendees not only watch the movie, but they experience it and live in that moment. Book here.
Home Alone – 23rd November 7pm
We love the idea of watching classic films in the theatre and Royal Court’s Variety Film Club is also amazing value. A £6 ticket also gets you a bowl of scouse and a seat in front of the big screen! Click here for more info and booking.
Casablanca – 6th December
Miracle on 34th Street – 20th December
Liverpool Cathedral is opening its doors to a number of stirring festive performances this winter including the return of The Snowman Tour. You may know The Snowman story, but you’ll have never heard it like this before. Book here.
The Snowman, The Bear and The Piano – 29th December 5:30pm and 7pm
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