Festive films at the Dukes

10, 13, 15, 22, 24 December 2018 –

The Dukes cinema will be showing a variety of festive films to get you in the Christmas spirit.


ALMO: Miracle on 34th Street – 10th December- 2pm 

When a nice old man who claims to be Santa Claus is institutionalized as insane, a young lawyer decides to defend him by arguing in court that he is the real thing. This is a dementia-friendly screening so light and sound are specially adjusted for the screenings and people can move around and come and go as they please during the film and interval entertainment. The event ends at around 3.55pm screening.

Tickets: £6.50 (concessions £5.50)

Carers go free



Home Alone (PG) – 13 December – 6.20pm 

When 8-year-old troublemaker Kevin is accidentally left home alone by his family for Christmas, he thinks he’s hit the jackpot: pizza all to himself, inappropriate movies, sledging down the stairs…

But when two burglars try to rob his house, Kevin has to put a plan in action to stop them and protect his home. A Christmas family classic.

Tickets: £6.50 Full Price (£5.50 Concessions £4.50 Under 18’s)



The Nightmare Before Christmas (PG) – 15th December – 11am

Jack Skellington, king of Halloween Town, is bored with the same old routine of scaring people.

When he stumbles into Christmas Town, Jack becomes enchanted by the bright lights and colours and decides to take control of Christmas. But becoming Santa Claus isn’t as easy as Jack first thought…

Tickets: £2.50



The Muppet Christmas Carol (U) – 22nd December- 11am

The Muppets take on a Charles Dickens classic in this festive favourite of Dukes staff and audiences alike!

Miserly grouch Ebeneezer Scrooge is visited by the ghosts of Past, Present, and Future on Christmas Eve in order to convince him to change his ways…but is it too late?

Tickets: £2.50



It’s A Wonderful Life (U) – 24th December- 6.30pm

A Christmas classic.

When George Bailey contemplates suicide one Christmas Eve, it’s up to apprentice angel Clarence to show him what life would have been like had he never lived.

Tickets: £6.50 Full Price (£5.50 Concessions)


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