The nights are getting longer, there’s a distinct chill in the air, and Christmas lights have begun popping up in the streets of Berkshire’s towns.
It can all only mean one thing – winter is coming, and with it a whole host of festive movies you can watch on the big screen.
Summer Screens has released its film listings for the distinctly chillier season, with plans to convert St Lawrence’s Church in Friar Street, Reading, Berkshire into a pop-up movie theatre.
The Winter Screens programme will give movie-lovers the chance to snuggle up on giant bean bags complete with blankets while chomping down on mince pies and swigging mulled wine as the re-live some of the most magical moments in festive film history.
As well as being able to watch seasonal favourites on a giant, full 2k HD screen, customers will also be able to admire a virtual log fire and the Christmas trees on display.
For those wanting the premium experience, there is also the option to watch the movie on giant bean bag chairs which are located in a prime position in the centre of the cinema, and which come complete with a complementary drink, popcorn and either chocolate or a mince pie.
Winter Screens film listings
Tuesday, December 17
- 12.30pm: Love Actually (15)
- 4.30pm Elf (PG)
- 8.30pm The Holiday (12A)
Wednesday, December 18
- 12.30pm: Elf (PG)
- 4.30pm: Home Alone (PG)
- 8.30pm Die Hard (15)
Thursday, December 19
- 12.30pm: Miracle On 34th Street (U
- 4.30pm: Gremlins (12A)
- 8.30pm: Home Alone (PG)
Friday, December 20
- 12.30pm: The Muppets Christmas Carol (U)
- 4.30pm: It’s A Wonderful Life (U)
- 8.30pm Love Actually (15)
Saturday, December 21
- 12.30pm: Home Alone (PG)
- 4.30pm: Polar Express (U)
- 8.30pm: Elf (PG)
Tickets for the standard Winter Screen experience will cost £9.50 for children aged four to 17, and £15 for adults.
Premium tickets are £19.50 for children and £25.00 for adults.
To book tickets and for more information visit the Winter Screens website .
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