Showcase Cinemas set to screen the first Christmas film of 2020!

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Christmas is coming early to the UK this month as Showcase Cinemas is set to bring some much-needed seasonal magic to the nation with the Macaulay Culkin cult hit Home Alone.


For one day only, on Sunday October 25th, Showcase Cinemas across the UK will be screening the UK’s favourite Christmas blockbuster, giving film fans the chance to kickstart the season of good will early and in style.


And it’s not just Home Alone that’ll get film fans in a Christmassy mood – at the cinema chain’s Bluewater Cinema de Lux in Kent, they’re dressing the Home Alone screen auditorium as a Christmas Wonderland – complete with reindeer, Christmas Trees, huge candy canes, a sleigh, Christmas presents, a man-sized Nutcracker family and all the seasonal trimmings.


They’re even going to make it snow INSIDE the cinema for a truly authentic Christmassy feel.


Home Alone first hit the big screen in 1990 and stars a young Macaulay Culkin in the lead role as 8-year-old Kevin MacCallister who is mistakenly left at home alone whilst his mum (Catherine O’Hara), dad and family head out of town on holiday. Kevin has to protect the family home from con men (Joe Pesci & Daniel Stern) who plan on robbing the MacCallister residence.


On bringing 2020’s first Christmas film to UK big screens, Showcase UK General Manager Mark Barlow said: “This year has been tough on everyone and, with Christmas looking to be very different for 2020, we wanted to invite film fans to start the festive season earlier than ever before and join us for some festive fun.


“We’re thrilled to be able to show Home Alone as every year it has consistently topped the polls as the nation’s favourite Christmas movie. So, we couldn’t think of a better film to bring to the big screen for one day only across all our cinemas.”

Alongside enjoying Home Alone on the big screen experience, moviegoers will be given an extra festive treat with a chocolate surprise on every seat to enjoy during the film, all included as part of the ticket price.


Tickets are on sale now for this limited edition screening and are just £5. Tickets can be booked via –