Greenway's 1950s pop-up Christmas cinema

A pop-up 1950s Christmas cinema will be opening its doors at Greenway this December, showing a collection of vintage films. The pop-up cinema celebrates the golden age of film, and captures the glamour of the 1950s, complimenting the 'fifties Christmas decorations in the house.

Back in time 

Stepping into the marquee takes you back in time to the 1950s, the heydey of Agatha's family holidays at Greenway and the golden age of cinema. In the foyer uniformed ushers will be selling popcorn, cold drinks and sweets.

Ushers are on hand at the cinema
Greenway's pop-up cinema ushers

At the box office you can get your vintage ticket punched and an usher will guide you into the screen, where you can settle down in your red velvet cinema seat, or a VIP Chesterfield sofa. The cinema will be fully heated, and blankets will be available to snuggle under for that extra-cosy feeling. 

The line up of films, and ticket information will be available later in the year. Booking is essential, please give us a call on 01803 842382. When you book your tickets, you will be allocated a space in the car park.

Settle down for a classic Christie films
The seats in the pop-up cinema

Christmas in the house 

The house is decorated for a 1950s Christmas
The dining room at Greenway decorated for Christmas

The 1950s cinema theme is complemented by the 1950s Christmas decorations in the house. Retro toys will be waiting to be wrapped and played with, along with stories and pictures of family celebrations on display. Christmas songs from the fifties will be played at the piano; sure to prompt a sing-along.

Toys from the 1950s are dotted around the house
A toy train on a table in Greenway's Inner Hall