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Home Alone

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This is it! Don’t get scared now! Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without Home Alone. It’s the quintessential festive film that everyone’s seen a gazillion times but still never gets old. Chris Columbus and the late, great John Hughes’ absolute Christmas cracker of a movie sees (as if you didn’t know) young Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin when he was cute, and made films) forced to defend his home against burglars after being left behind by his family when they go on holiday. The perfect mixture of slapstick comedy and feel-good festive fun to get you in the mood for the holiday season.

The screening on Saturday 19 December, 10:30 is part of our Children's Film Club

Children's Film Club Tickets: £4 (all ages)*

*Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Adults only admitted to Children’s Film Club screenings when accompanying children.

Country of Origin: United States  Year: 1990   Running Time: 1hr 43 mins  
BBFC Advice: PG Parental guidance recommended, some scenes may be unsuitable for children.  

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