Free Christmas Screening of The Greatest Showman and Live Circus Performance
The Cambridge Film Festival is thrilled to be partnering with St Georges Church Chesterton to bring a fantastic FREE Christmas screening of The Greatest Showman to the church this December.
We're particularly excited to announce that before the magic of the film itself there will be a circus performance from the Cambridge Community Circus, with a variety of performers including, hoops, silks, cloud, hula hoop and diablo.
Don't miss out on this amazing family extravaganza, book your FREE tickets now!
THE GREATEST SHOWMAN really was the break out global smash hit of 2017.
Hugh Jackman leads an all-star cast in this bold and original musical filled with infectious showstopping performances that will bring you to your feet time and time again.
Inspired by the story of P.T. Barnum (Jackman), the film follows the visionary who rose from nothing to create a mesmerizing spectacle.
This inspirational film also stars Zac Efron, Michelle Williams, Rebecca Ferguson and Zendaya.
PLEASE NOTE: It can be cold in the church so we would encourage everyone to wrap up warm and maybe bring a blanket.
There will also be hot water available for anybody that wants to bring a bottle to ward off the winter chill.
Book online on Eventbrite, or get your tickets from St Georges Church
(contact the Vicar Ruth Adams on 01223 423 374)
Cambridge Community Circus (also known as CCC or CamCircus) is a not for profit organisation run by volunteers that promotes circus in Cambridge and the surrounding area, based at St George's Church in Chesterton. CCC mainly focuses on teaching circus skills but are also involved in community events and shows throughout the year. CCC provides taught sessions in many aerial disciplines including silks, hoop, trapeze, rope, cloud and straps; as well as offering a space to practise and share ground based skills including juggling, hula hooping, acro and diablo.
For more information, please visit camcircus.org
The Cambridge Film Trust's community screenings are possible because of the support of Cambridge Community Foundation.