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Mystery Christmas film to be hosted by Leicester Film Club at Brew Dog

Could it be Miracle on 34th Street? The Holiday? Jingle Jangle? Die Hard?

Mystery Christmas Film poster with Leicester Film Club

Leicester Film Club will be closing its first year of programming with a mystery Christmas film on Sunday, December 11.

For one time only, movie fans can step into the unknown this festive season by joining the film club for an evening of Christmas entertainment at Brew Dog.

Only one person knows which film will be playing before it appears up on screen!

Leicester Film Club is a new city centre-based gathering that screens cult, horror and classic movies, providing an alternative to the current crop of mainstream films available at the cinema.

Events are themed, exploring film history and culture with trailers, music, introductions and more.

It's run by Nathan Leverton who is the organiser of other popular local events Leicester Horror Con, and Challenge Charity Boxing. He's also the owner of martial arts school Shootfighters.

Nathan said: "Some of our most memorable film experiences are communal ones. We remember the places we saw films and who we were with.

"Maybe we were on a date, with friends, or bonded with strangers laughing and jumping at scares.

"Leicester Film Club is a chance to ditch the streaming services and watching films on your phone for a night of returning to a communal watching experience."

Tickets for the mystery movie this Christmas can be booked in advance on EventBrite. Tickets booked online are £3.50 and on-the-door tickets are £5. All tickets will be entered into a raffle for a special prize on the night. Leicester Film Club events are 18+ and held upstairs at Brewdog Leicester, 8 Friar Lane, Leicester LE1 5RA.


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