A screening of Elf with bottomless drinks and popcorn is coming to Manchester

Son of a nutcracker! There’s a bottomless screening of Christmas classic Elf coming to Manchester later this month.

The all-round festive favourite will be showing under the arches at The Viadux on December 14th.

Even better, you can watch it in style with bottomless popcorn and drinks, courtesy of the Bottomless Cinema.

You’ll also enjoy a private table for you and your friends with waiter service throughout – meaning you don’t need to miss a word of this genius comedy.

All that’s left to do is sit back and enjoy Will Ferrell in one of his most heartwarming roles as Buddy, an elf who just doesn’t fit in with the others in Santa’s workshop.

Once he discovers he’s a human, he leaves the North Pole in search of his real father in Manhattan, travelling through the seven levels of the Candy Cane forest and past the sea of twirly-swirly gumdrops before coming out through the Lincoln tunnel.

But to his shock and horror, Buddy’s dad turns out to be on the naughty list.

Plenty of festive fun ensues as Buddy tackles revolving doors, learns the hard way that gum on the sidewalk isn’t free candy, and gets his mitts around the worlds ‘best cup of coffee’.

But in the end, he gets his happy ending. It’s a real feelgood Christmas classic.

There are two screenings taking place on the 14th, the first at 5pm followed by a second at 8pm.

Tickets cost just £15 with bottomless popcorn. Or there’s a £20 upgrade option for unlimited wine, beer or spirit (gin, vodka or rum) mixers throughout the two-and-a-half-hour screening.

So don’t be a cotton-headed ninny muggins. You know you don’t want to miss this.



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