The Luna Cinema announces its Christmas Winter season with films

Battersea Arts Centre and Kensington Palace are hosting a season of winter cinema this year.

The Luna Cinema has announced its Christmas season, with films such as Love Actually, Home Alone, It’s A Wonderful Life, The Holiday and Elf being shown at the two venues.

There is also a programme for children including The Gruffalo, Stick Man, The Snail and the Whale and The Snowman.

VIP tickets are available, which allow viewers to enjoy the festive films from a sofa with mulled wine and a mince pie.

Films will be shown at Kensington Palace from December 12 to 23 and at Battersea Arts Centre from December 14 to 23.

Jennifer Lockham, Head of Events and Catering at Battersea Arts Centre comments: “We are thrilled to be partnering with The Luna Cinema, bringing festive screenings to one of South London’s most iconic venues for the first time.

“Film screenings have been part of the venue’s rich cultural heritage for more than 100 years, and after an award-winning 12-year restoration, the breath-taking surroundings will provide an unforgettable cinema experience for audiences to enjoy once again.”

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