A festive film screening of the Bill Murray classic
The odds for a white Christmas in London have dramatically increased thanks to Pop Up Screens. Head to Notting Hill's 20th Century Theatre and step through their magic wardrobe to discover a secret cinema surrounded by snow. Rumour has it that a bar filled with an abundance of mulled wine, hot chic, brownies and popcorn also lies within. Only one way to find out right? Does life ever seem a bit repetitive to you? It could be worse: you could be Bill Murray in Groundhog Day. His character – TV weatherman Phil Connors – is forced to live the same day over and over and over and over and over again. This is a classic that is as funny as it is heartwarming, making it the perfect winter warmer. "Mr. Murray is back in top form with a clever, varied role that draws upon the full range of his talents." – New York Times "As well as a perfect star vehicle, the film is a brilliant analysis of the implications of the film's simple conceit." – Film4 Certificate: PG. Runtime: 1 hour 42 minutes. Doors open at 7:30pm. Film starts at 8:30pm. Seating is unallocated, but the screen is on a stage so it's hard to get a bad view.