A Christmas Carol (2009)

A Christmas Carol (2009) Parental Guidance

Writer/director Robert Zemeckis adapts Charles Dickens' classic festive tale A CHRISTMAS CAROL as a star vehicle for Jim Carrey. Carrey not only takes on the role of Ebenezer Scrooge, but all of the three ghosts who come to haunt him as well. The fantastical morality play takes audiences on a thrill ride through Dickensian London, as it tells the story of grouchy Scrooge and his refusal to embrace the Christmas spirit. Starring Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman and cheery nephew Fred played by Colin Firth in this spectacular adventure, that's guaranteed to chase the humbug away.

Cheshire West and Chester

Date & time:

Sat 18 December 7.00pm

Location:

Waverton Village Hall CH3 7QT

Enquiries:

01244 336055

Interval:

There will be an interval during this film

Additional information:

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Film starts at 7pm prompt. Social distancing is recommended and therefore capacity is limited. Refreshments will be on sale with all proceeds going to The Hospice of the Good Shepherd. Family film and a reason to wear your Christmas jumper.

Tickets:

Adult: £5.00

Child: £3.00

Family: £10.00

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