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Pop Up Screens launch Cinema in the Snow

Are you dreaming of a White Christmas? Pop Up Screens hopes so, as they make your wish come true with some Cinema in the Snow!

Once again the 20th Century Theatre in Notting Hill will be transformed into a winter wonderland, only this year there will be even more snow. Guests will enter this wonderland by stepping into a magic wardrobe, where they’ll first find Christmas trees with snow falling down upon them before arriving in a sparkling seasonal snow filled cinema.

This year’s line up is sure to leave you feeling bursting with joy. There’s all of your festive favorites to make sure you’re merry and bright, and if that’s not enough there will be additional cheer with hot chocolates, brownies, mulled wine and of course, popcorn.

Pop Up Screens’ opens the doors to their cinema in the snow on 11th December and it will be running until 23rd December. Get jolly with classic comedies such as Home Alone and Bad Santa, treat the kids to an early stocking filler with Frozen or Elf, enjoy a Christmas rom-com with Love Actually and Mean Girls or lift your sprits with feel good classics it’s a Wonderful Life or White Christmas.

There will be up to three screenings a day (1pm, 5pm and 8.30pm) with ticket prices ranging from £10 for kids and £20 for adult tickets. Doors open an hour early giving you plenty of time to soak up the atmosphere, play in the snow and get into the Christmas spirit.

Full ticket information is available at

Pop Up Screens founder David Leydon said:  “I can’t wait for the Christmas screenings, I’ve been planning them since mid August and this year it’s going to be really special.  This will be our fourth year we’ve done some festive Christmas screenings and every year we make it bigger and better and this year it’s no different; we’ve more snow, more movies, more mulled wine! I can’t wait to play in the snow and coax disbelieving people through a wardrobe”.

Full Schedule:

Friday 11th8.30pmElf
Saturday 12th5pmHome Alone
 8.30pmGroundhog Day
Sunday 13th1pmFrozen
 5pmHome Alone 2 Lost In New York
 8.30pmLove Actually
Monday 14th8.30pmMeangirls
Tuesday 15th8.30pmElf
Wednesday 16th8.30pmIt’s a Wonderful Life
Thursday 17th8.30pmNightmare Before Christmas
Friday 18th8.30pmHome Alone
Saturday 19th1pmA Christmas Story
 5pmBad Santa
 8.30pmThe Muppets Christmas Carol
Sunday 20th1pmMiracle On 34th Street
 8.30pmLove Actually
Monday 21st5pmSanta Claus
 8.30pmWhite Christmas
Tuesday 22rd5pmGrinch
 8.30pmHome Alone
Wednesday 23rd5pmMuppets Christmas Carol

For further information and to book tickets, head over to

Jason Palmer
Jason Palmer
Jason is a film contributor for Entertainment Focus (EF) bringing you the latest news and reviews from the movie world.

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