Tis the season to be merry as Light House announce Naughty or Nice 2018


Normally we at Film In Dublin wouldn’t be on board with breaking out the fairy lights and tinsel for Christmas while the Halloween pumpkins haven’t even rotted yet. But for the Light House Cinema’s Naughty or Nice season, we’re always willing to make an exception. An annual season of seasonal classics featuring all your comforting Christmas favourites, this festive programming is a Christmas tradition for cinema-goers in the fair city of film, a celebration for Light House regulars to mark the end of another great year of movies. This afternoon, the Light House announced the schedule for Naughty or Nice 2018 from Dec 1st to 23rd, and they’ve been good to us as ever.

With 22 screenings and events scheduled for Naughty of Nice 2018 the season is looking merrier than ever. It all kicks off on December 1st with a Tinseltastic (their words not ours!) Christmas Party, with festive fun in every corner of the Smithfield cinema. In years gone by, the cinema’s Die Hard parties have proven extremely popular, but this year things are being kicked up considerably, with the Christmas Party including screenings of Love Actually and Gremlins and singalongs of The Muppet Christmas Carol and Frozen, leaving viewers spoiled for choice. Tickets for Singalong sessions in particular are sure to be snapped up fast, with – what’s this? – several musical sessions of The Nightmare Before Christmas also planned, all an exciting collaboration with Sing Along Social.

Action movie lovers can enjoy a double-bill of Die Hard and Die Hard 2, while rom-com aficionados can check out Sandra Bullock’s While You Were Sleeping and consider where it falls on the naughty/nice spectrum. The cultured viewer can get in on the fun thanks to scheduled screenings of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker ballet , to be streamed live on the big screen, while Simon Callow and director-designer Tom Cairns’s one-man theatrical production of A Christmas Carol will melt even the bah-est of humbugs like a snowflake on the tongue. There’s all that and so much more and we are very excited.

Check out the full schedule for Naughty or Nice 18 below:

 

THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS SING ALONG SOCIAL

(From 1st December 2018)

 

(From 1st December 2018)

 

THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL

(From 1st December 2018)

 

ELF

(From 1st December 2018)

 

TINSELTASTIC CHRISTMAS PARTY! – GREMLINS

(From 1st December 2018)

 

BATMAN RETURNS

(From 2nd December 2018)

 

IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE

(From 2nd December 2018)

 

LOVE ACTUALLY

(From 2nd December 2018)

 

THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS SING-ALONG

(From 2nd December 2018)

 

ROYAL BALLET: THE NUTCRACKER (LIVE)

(From 3rd December 2018)

 

DIE HARD

(From 5th December 2018)

DIE HARD 2

(From 8th December 2018)

HOME ALONE 2: LOST IN NEW YORK

(From 9th December 2018)

HOME ALONE

(From 9th December 2018)

THEATRE: A CHRISTMAS CAROL

(From 11th December 2018)

GREMLINS

(From 11th December 2018)

CAROL

(From 13th December 2018)

BAD SANTA

(From 15th December 2018)

WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING

(From 16th December 2018)

THE APARTMENT

(From 31st December 2018)

 

Artwork by Steve McCarthy

Luke Dunne
About me

Luke is a writer, film addict and Dublin native who loves how much there is for film fans in his home county. A former writer for FilmFixx and the Freakin' Awesome Network, he founded Film In Dublin to pursue his dual dreams of writing about film and never sleeping ever again.

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