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Mulled wine and movies in Framlingham

PUBLISHED: 11:25 16 December 2014 | UPDATED: 11:25 16 December 2014

From the film ET

From the film ET

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On the back of its three sell-out summer opening weekends, Framlingham’s pop-up cinema will be lighting up again at Christmas with a quartet of cracking films.

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Little Lightning is set inside a traditional 16th century Suffolk threshing barn, complete with sofas – on loan from the Framlingham Furniture Project – and a retro style bar. It specialises in offering movie themed two-course meals along with a welcoming glass of sparkling wine, all inclusive with the film for just £15. For the winter screenings there will be mulled wine, hot chocolate and even blankets to keep you toasty.

On Sunday, December 21, you can see Good Vibrations, which tells the story behind the record label and recording of John Peel’s favourite track, Teenage Kicks.

Also in December – Die Hard (Friday 19/12), Love Actually (Saturday 20/12) and ET (Saturday 27/12)

More information at www.littlelightning.net

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