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Christmas Movies: Arthur Christmas (U)

Christmas Movies: Arthur Christmas

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Friday 29 Dec 20172:30pm Book Now
Peterborough Cathedral presents

Christmas Movies

Arthur Christmas

Certificate U. 2011. Running time 97 minutes

Friday, 29th December at 2:30pm

Tickets: £6 adults, £4 children, £18 family (2 adults, 2 children).

How CAN Santa deliver billions of presents to the whole world in just one night? With an army of one million combat-style Field Elves and a vast, state-of-the-art control centre under the ice of the North Pole! So how could this incredible operation have MISSED one child?! To Santa’s young son, Arthur, it threatens to end the magic of Christmas. With retired Grandsanta, a rebellious young elf, an old sleigh and some untrained reindeer, Arthur sets out in a crazy mission to deliver the last present!

This computer animated comedy was produced by Aardman Animations and Sony Pictures Animations. It features the voices of James McAvoy, Hugh Laurie, Bill Nighy, Jim Broadbent, Imelda Staunton and Ashley Jenson.

Christmas Movies: It's a Wonderful Life (U)

Christmas Movies: It's a Wonderful Life

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Friday 29 Dec 20177:00pm Book Now
Peterborough Cathedral presents

Christmas Movies

It's a Wonderful Life

Certificate U. 1946. Running time 130 minutes

Friday, 29th December, at 7:00pm

Tickets: £6 adults, £4 children, £18 family (2 adults, 2 children).

Jimmy Stewart plays George Bailey, a forlorn small-town banker who, while considering suicide, meets Clarence (Henry Travers), an angel in training. Clarence shows George what life would be like if he had never been born, and through this George is able to realize how valuable one person’s life can be. This film, directed by Frank Capra, has become a Christmas classic. It is a reminder that life may not be what we expected but it is still sweet and rich.

Christmas Movies: The Polar Express (U)

Christmas Movies: The Polar Express

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Saturday 30 Dec 20172:30pm Book Now
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Christmas Movies

The Polar Express

Certificate U. 2004. Running time 100 minutes

Saturday, 30th December, at 2:30pm

Tickets: £6 adults, £4 children, £18 family (2 adults, 2 children).

An inspiring adventure based on the beloved children's book by Chris Van Allsburg. When a Santa-doubting young boy takes an extraordinary train ride to the North Pole, he embarks on a journey of self-discovery that shows him that the wonder of life never fades for those who believe...

Look out for some entertaining and imaginative animation as a golden train ticket is carried away by an eagle, dancing waiters pour hot chocolate from silver pots with triple-spouts, and Santa conducts naughty-nice monitoring via viewing screens in his huge workshops! There are one or two scary moments too.

Christmas Movies: Home Alone (PG)

Christmas Movies:  Home Alone

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Saturday 30 Dec 20176:30pm Book Now
Peterborough Cathedral presents

Christmas Movies

Home Alone

Certificate PG. 1990. Running time 115 minutes

Saturday, 30th December, at 6:30pm

Tickets: £6 adults, £4 children, £18 family (2 adults, 2 children).

When 8-year-old Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) quarrels with his older brother the night before a family trip to Paris, his mother (Catherine O'Hara) makes him sleep in the attic. After the McCallisters mistakenly leave for the airport without Kevin, he awakens to an empty house and assumes his wish to have no family has come true. He makes the most of it, eating a pizza all to himself, jumping on his parents' bed and watching gangster movies. But his excitement sours when he realizes that two con men (Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern) plan to rob the McCallister residence, and that he alone must protect the family home.

The Magic Flute (PG)

The Magic Flute

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Wednesday 10 Jan 20187:30pm Book Now
Oundle Cinema presents


Wednesday, 10th January, 7.30pm (NEW START TIME)

The Stahl Theatre
West St, Oundle, PE8 4EJ

Cast: René Pape, Lyubov Petrova

Director: Kenneth Branagh

Release: 2006

Runtime: 2hr 15min

Mozart’s last opera receives big-screen treatment in this specially conceived version by director Kenneth Branagh, with English translation by Stephen Fry. International opera superstars René Pape (Sarastro) and Lyubov Petrova (Queen of the Night) are joined by newcomers Joseph Kaiser and Amy Carson along with a supporting cast of goodies and baddies. Set in World War I, the film maintains the opera fairy-tale feel and the setting is evoked to poignant effect. Comedy, tragedy and final redemption come together in this popular opera.

'A genial and good-natured production with much spectacle and entertainment to offer.'Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian


Screened in partnership with Oundle School Music Department

dOCs+ Mountain (PG)

dOCs+ Mountain

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Wednesday 17 Jan 20187:30pm Book Now (New start time & 5 dOCs+ @ £30)
dOCs+at Fletton House


Wednesday, 17th January, 7:30pm (New start time!)

Fletton Way, Glapthorn Rd, Oundle, PE8 4JA

Narrator: Willem Dafoe

Description: Robert MacFarlane

Director: Jennifer Peedom

Release: 2017

Runtime: 1hr 13min

Collated from more than 2,000 hours of footage shot in 15 countries, Mountain is a 70-minute white-knuckle ride: a safari into the sublime, a vertiginous voyage to the top of the world providing astonishing vision of mountaineers, ice climbers, free soloists, snowboarders, wingsuiters and parachuting mountain bikers. With accompanying music from the Australian Chamber Orchestra, the film’s adrenaline-charged footage reveals mountains as places of stately splendour and perilous exposure, including Alex Honnold’s heart stopping free climbing and Danny Macaskill’s stunning bike ride over the Cuillin Ridge on Skye. Director Peedom seeks succesfully to convey the allure of mountains, and the increasing pressures that they face.

‘One of the most visceral film essays ever made.’ The Hollywood Reporter