A Cosy Christmas Film Marathon Is Coming To This Charming New Cinema

Everyman’s new cinema is hosting a festive fiesta.

I don’t know about you, but there’s only one kind of marathon I’ll be partaking in this Christmas. To celebrate the opening of its swish new Altrincham cinema, Everyman will host a Christmas film marathon, chock full of seasonal cheer and festive nibbles. The cinema will be filled with the sights and sounds of Christmas for a celebration of festive films that Everyman (and woman) is bound to love. So do yourself a favour and get ready for this Christmas cracker now.

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On Saturday, December 8th, cinema-goers will be treated to a triple dose of Christmas classics. First up is the stone-cold classic Home Alone, before the utterly heartwarming Elf graces the screen. And Finally, Love Actually will spin a wonderful web of holiday romances.

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There’s no better way to spend an evening than slipping into a comfy seat with a lineup of Christmas crackers waiting for you. Actually, there is, because Everyman will also be laying on complimentary festive treats to pair with each film. Home Alone will come with a serving of popcorn, Elf will arrive with a lovely mince pie and Love Actually will be enjoyed with a glass of prosecco. They aren’t short on Christmas cheer, and you won’t be either, once you’re filled with mince pies and prosecco!

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Everyman’s reign is only just beginning over in Altrincham, and you can expect to see blockbusters and live broadcasts making their way to the George Street cinema in the coming months. Kicking things off with a Christmas festival is a win in our book, so do yourself a favour and book yourself in for the easiest marathon you’ll ever enter.

You’ll find Everyman at 74-78 George Street, Altrincham, WA14 1RF

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