HOYLAKE Community Cinema is serving up a double helping of Christmas cheer by screening two festive favourites.
The Snowman (U) and Miracle on 34th Street (U) will be shown at The Parade, Hoylake Community Centre, on Sunday, December 16.
All the family are welcome and there will also be homemade festive food and mulled wine and a quiz after the films.
Cinema spokesman John Hall said, “This is our second Christmas special and, judging by bookings taken so far, it will be a sell-out like last year.
“This is a truly social evening and a great chance for families to get together with friends and neighbours to enjoy two classic films.
“I would strongly urge early booking and not to rely on buying tickets on the door. We’ve had to turn people away on the door twice this year because all tickets had been sold in advance.”
The Snowman is a 1982 adaptation of the Raymond Briggs book of the same name. It follows a little boy’s magical friendship with a snowman who comes to life.
After a short interval the evening continues with perennial Christmas favourite Miracle on 34th Street.
The 1947 Christmas film, written by George Seaton from a story by Valentine Davies, is about a department store Santa who just might be the real thing.
The film nights are organised by community group Hoylake Village Life.
Doors open at 4.30pm and the films start at 5.15pm.
Tickets cost £5, available online at www.hoylakecommunitycinema.co.uk; from Urbane, Market Street, Hoylake; Staacks, Banks Road, West Kirby; or The Parade, Hoylake Community Centre, Hoyle Road.
A pyjama crèche is available for parents who would like to take younger children upstairs after The Snowman and leave them in the care of CRB-checked childminders while they watch Miracle on 34th Street.
A variety of games and activities will be available to keep children occupied.