Indoor showing of the classic 1938 Hitchcock film. The Green Place will be serving food from 5.30pm - 7pm. The film will start at 7.30pm.
On a train headed for England a group of travellers is delayed by an avalanche. Holed up in a hotel in a fictional European country, young Iris (Margaret Lockwood) befriends elderly Miss Froy (Dame May Whitty). When the train resumes, Iris suffers a bout of unconsciousness and wakes to find the old woman has disappeared. The other passengers ominously deny Miss Froy ever existed, so Iris begins to investigate with another traveller (Michael Redgrave) and, as the pair sleuth, romantic sparks fly.
We are serving "Fish & Chips" as an option with this film. Choose from vegetarian (halloumi, chips & mushy peas) or vegan (vegan cheese, chips & mushy peas). Price is £7.50. You will be able to choose when booking.
Indoor showing of the classic 1951 film starring Alastair Sim. The Green Place will be serving food from 5.30pm - 7pm. The film will start at 7.30pm.
Stingy businessman Ebenezer Scrooge is known as the meanest miser in Victorian London. He overworks and underpays his humble clerk, Bob Cratchit, whose little son, Tiny Tim, is crippled and may soon die. He also has nothing to do with his nephew, Fred, because his birth cost the life of his beloved sister. On Christmas Eve, Scrooge has a haunting nightmare from being visited by the ghost of his business partner, Jacob Marley. He is visited by three ghosts and is given one last chance to change his ways and save himself from the grim fate that befell Marley.
The adults had their Christmas Carol film last night...now it's the kids' turn! Indoor showing of The Muppet Christmas Carol. The Green Place will be open as usual for food and drinks.
The Muppets perform the classic Dickens holiday tale, with Kermit the Frog playing Bob Cratchit, the put-upon clerk of stingy Ebenezer Scrooge (Michael Caine). Other Muppets -- Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Fozzie Bear and Sam the Eagle -- weave in and out of the story, while Scrooge receives visits from spirits of three Christmases -- past, present and future. They show him the error of his self-serving ways, but the miserable old man seems to be past any hope of redemption and happiness.