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"In 10,000 years, I've never been that embarrassed!" (Genie / Will Smith)

A kind-hearted street urchin Aladdin vies for the love of the beautiful princess Jasmine, the princess of Agrabah. When he finds a magic lamp, he uses a genie's magic power to make himself a prince in order to marry her. He is also on a mission to stop the powerful Jafar who plots to steal the magic lamp that could make his deepest wishes come true.Meanwhile, 6-year-old Cindy Lou Who notices that her mother Donna is overworked trying to take care of herself and her twin infant brothers, Buster and Bean. She at first decides to send a letter to Santa Claus to help her mother but after encountering the Grinch, who sarcastically says that she'll have to talk to Santa face-to-face about it, she eventually decides to try and trap Santa with the help of her friends.

Please Note:

    • Doors open at 2:30pm. Film starts at 3pm. 
    • Refreshments available. Sales of refreshments help keep our ticket prices low. Please do not bring your own refreshments into the cinema (baby food excepted).
    • We regret that refunds will not be issued.
    • Billericay Community Cinema requires that parents and/or guardians are responsible for their children at all times whilst attending a @BillericayCine film show
    • No child may be left in the Library without a parent or guardian present

Please note your card bill will be from GoldenGiving.com, our charity ticket website

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Where

Billericay Community Cinema, Billericay Library, 143, High Street, CM12 9AB.

     

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When

From Sunday 19th January 2020 14:30 PM.

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Tickets

Aladdin

Please Note:

  • Doors open at 2.30pm. Film starts at 3.00pm. 
  • Very competitively priced refreshments available. 
  • Sales of refreshments help keep our ticket prices low. Please do not bring your own refreshments into the cinema (baby food excepted). 
  • Billericay Community Cinema requires that parents and/or guardians are responsible for their children at all times whilst attending a @BillericayCine film show. 
  • No child may be left in the Library without a parent or guardian present.
  • We regret that refunds will not be issued

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About the good cause

Billericay Community Cinema

Billericay Community Cinema is a local, not-for-profit and purely voluntary group dedicated to bringing a little bit of Hollywood to our High Street. Films will be shown twice a month - on a Thursday evening for Adults with a Family Show on a Sunday afternoon.

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Twitter

For further information visit the twitter feed.

  • Mon, December 9 2019, 11:53 AM : That's it for 2019! Thanks to everyone who visited & especially to our AMAZING volunteers. We can't believe what n… https://t.co/DwDYABea9J
  • Sun, December 8 2019, 3:27 PM : Our last film of the year is “The Grinch”. We’ve our Santa Selfie Sleigh - and our newest volunteer is helping on… https://t.co/IL03HD7h9b
  • Sat, December 7 2019, 10:06 AM : @cinemasina Thanks Deborah - the atmosphere was lovely, the cocktails tasty - and the film super special !
  • Fri, December 6 2019, 7:54 PM : @BasildonYA @essexlive
  • Fri, December 6 2019, 7:02 PM : Established in September 2015 as part of @BillericaysBigD, @Essex_CC’s initiative to increase the usage of our libr… https://t.co/oCkwxTL873
  • Fri, December 6 2019, 6:58 PM : This is community in action !!! Making use of the wonderful space our libraries provide for ALL of our community, y… https://t.co/enP8rnUaS0
  • Fri, December 6 2019, 6:53 PM : Thank you to everyone who came to "It's a Wonderful Life" - our 50th Film Thursday. "(The film) was lovely, as were… https://t.co/MszJXyrRry

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