Musical Sunday presents THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL at The Cinema Museum (05 DEC 2021).

Musical Sunday presents a seasonal screening of THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL (1992), starring Michael Caine, Kermit, Miss Piggy et al (05 DEC 13:00+).

Submitted by Musical Sunday

The first film to be made following Jim Henson’s death, and directed by his son Brian, this is a fairly faithful version of Charles Dickens’s classic tale, with all the regular puppets taking on the story’s many characters. Michael Caine plays it straight as Scrooge (“I’m going to play this movie like I’m working with the Royal Shakespeare Company”), and there is a fine set of songs courtesy of Paul Williams. A Christmas favourite!

Doors open at 13:00, and the film starts at 14:00.

Refreshments will be available in the licensed cafe/bar.

Musical Sunday presents a seasonal screening of THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL (1992) at The Cinema Museum (05 DEC 13:00+), booking now!




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