Visit The Ulster Museum for a festive family screening of SANTA CLAUS: THE MOVIE (2.50pm Screening).
In ancient times, a man named Claus (David Huddleston), who delivers toys in his small village, fulfils his destiny to become Santa Claus after meeting an expert toy-making elf, Patch (Dudley Moore), in the North Pole. In the present day, Santa Claus has become overwhelmed by his workload, and the disgruntled Patch flees the workshop to New York City. There, Patch unknowingly threatens the fate of Christmas by taking a job at a failing toy company run by a scheming businessman (John Lithgow). Cert: U / 110 mins.
There will be reduced capacity in the screening and the venue operates a one way system.
Bookings available until 48 hours before the event begins or until event is sold out.
No walk-up sales/on the door sales. All tickets must be pre-booked and each party will be seated on arrival in line with Government guidance on social distancing.
For Movies at the Museum screenings there is a group booking maximum of 15. Children aged 2 and under do not require a paid for ticket.
Please give surname of person who booked the tickets to Cinemagic staff on arrival.
Cinemagic tickets offer entry to the Cinemagic movie event plus general admission to the Ulster Museum.
The event takes place in the Lecture Theatre in the Ulster Museum. Ticket holders will enter the museum through the main front doors and enter Lecture theatre through the double doors in the Stranmillis corridor, and will exit at the top left of the lecture theatre back into the atrium to maintain the one way system (unless unable to use stairs)
The Ulster Museum is taking part in Track, Trace and Protect. Please make sure to give a lead mobile number for your party to Cinemagic staff on the day, who will be pro-actively managing this. As a delivery partner of Cinemagic, The Ulster Museum will hold these details for 21 days in the event of a Covid alert in line with GDPR.
For Ulster Museum safety and visitor journey information: https://www.nmni.com/our-museums/ulster-museum/Ulster-Museum-Were-Ready-For-You/Your-Visit.aspx
Enjoy your visit.
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