The Luna Winter Cinema at Battersea Arts Centre

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Date(s) - 14/12/2021 - 23/12/2021
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The Luna Cinema announces its 2021 winter season of London indoor screenings at stunning venues including Kensington Palace and Battersea Arts Centre.

It’s that time of year again when the temperature suddenly drops and the capital transforms into a magical place, illuminated with bright lights and festive cheer – holidays are most certainly coming! And what better way to get into the Christmas spirit than by cosying up with your loved ones to watch classic films in some of London’s most beautiful surroundings?

Announcing its biggest winter season yet, The Luna Cinema has curated a programme of festive favourites shown at two breath-taking indoor venues, adding a dash of sparkle to London this Christmas. ‘Tis the season’ after all, so let the magic of cinema take over this December.

Renowned for its remarkable cinema experiences, The Luna Cinema’s 2021 winter programme is set to be its best yet, taking it up a notch with even more VIP sofas than ever and encapsulating that festive feeling with 124 screenings, sure to provide some welcome Christmas cheer to us all. Audiences can expect all the festive classics, including Love Actually, Home Alone, It’s A Wonderful Life, The Holiday and Elf, as well as more recent favourites such as Frozen and Last Christmas.  For younger film fans there are special screenings of “The Gruffalo”, “Stick Man”, “Zog” and “The Snail and the Whale” as well as the iconic “The Snowman” returning to the big screen this Winter!

Hosted across two spectacular indoor venues, Kensington Palace’s Orangery Lawn and Battersea Arts Centre, The Luna Cinema will transport visitors to a wintry wonderland – complete with giant Christmas trees, falling snow and all the festive trimmings.  

Whether you want to cosy up on royal grounds or are a fan of rich beautiful architecture, allow yourself to get festive with a fantastic selection of Christmas-themed food and drink items available at every location.

Fancy a warm cup of cocoa, or a delicious mug of mulled wine? The Luna Cinema has everything you can wish for to ditch the ‘bah humbugs’ and to get into the Christmas spirit. You can even treat yourself to a limited-edition Festive Box*, which contains sweet treats such as candy canes, chocolate coins, mince pies and popcorn.

Tickets are available for you to purchase from today, with the season running from 12th to 23rd December 2021. Prices start from £15.50, and guests have the option of treating themselves to a Luna Luxe VIP sofa seat (complete with mulled wine and mince pies).

George Wood, founder of The Luna Cinema, says: “Hot on the heels of a hugely successful summer outdoor cinema season, our upcoming Luna Winter Cinema run will take our total number of screenings this year to over 500.  We couldn’t be more excited by this year’s winter season – there’s quite simply nothing like watching your favourite festive film to bring on that Christmas feeling.  For me, I always say that it doesn’t feel like Christmas until I’ve watched Home Alone!  This year we will bringing every Christmas classic to the Luna big screen in both drive-in and our indoor themed settings.  With great food and drink, stunning themed backdrops and some very comfy new VIP sofas on offer, it promises to be our biggest and best Winter season ever.  After last year, when we were all apart at this time of year, we can’t wait to see people coming together over a screening of their favourite festive film.”

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.”