It's A Wonderful Life - Christmas Night of Good Cheer

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22 December 2018


Ticket price: £30 per person (Classic Circle only)

Have an unforgettable festive night at the pictures with our very special Christmas Night of Good Cheer.

This special screening of It’s A Wonderful Life with Festive Sing Song will be followed by an exclusive after party in Tyneside Coffee Rooms with live jazz music from Hand To Mouth and a complimentary drink on arrival for everyone who attends.

Our Nights of Good Cheer are the quintessential Christmas experience that are guaranteed to get you in the festive spirit, so make sure you don’t miss out – book your tickets now.

Please note that this screening is for people aged 18 and over only.

Event running order (approx)

19:55 – Doors

20:00 – Choir perform

20:20 – It’s a Wonderful Life Onscreen

22:30 – Film finishes after party begins in the Tyneside Coffee Rooms with Live Music from Hand To Mouth

00:30 – Party finishes

Hand To Mouth

Lindsay Hannon – Vocals

Bradley Johnston – Guitar

Paul Grainger – Double Bass

Hand to Mouth’s unique take on a jazz guitar / vocal duo is inspired by the iconic albums made by Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass. This Christmas they have the pleasure of performing as a trio with one of the busiest bass players in the North East, Paul Grainger. Their festive set at Tyneside Cinema includes a re-imagining of songs such as ‘Walking In A Winter Wonderland’; ‘Hark, The Herald Angels Sing’; ‘Let It Snow’; ‘O little Town Of Be

Venue: Tyneside Cinema


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