17 November 2020 / Annie Waite

Our Upcoming December Screenings

Save the dates for visiting the Electric Palace cinema post lockdown 2...

** UPDATE: 24 November 2020 **

Please see our What's On section for the latest screenings we can now put on sale!

Although we don't know for certain when the cinema may be able to open again post lockdown, our hope is that we can put on our usual Christmas favourites and some of the rescheduled November films.

Here are some of our proposed screening dates and times, including NEW additional Wednesday 11am screenings. We will also share details of new Young Electrics-curated screenings, and your handpicked festive films, soon.

When further information is announced by the Government about easing of lockdown restrictions, then we will ensure tickets for the below events are available for purchase. Until then, please save the dates, follow us on social media, and we look forward to seeing you again soon.

The Blues Brothers

Hastings Fringe Comedy Festival will be hosting three special screenings of this cult classic comedy musical from 1980, with ticket sales going to the Save the Electric Palace fundraiser.

Friday 4,  Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 December, 8pm

Book now for The Blues Brothers >>

SKAND - evening of film and music     

A fundraiser for the Electric Palace  presented by Trash Cannes and Last Thursday Film Club. With live improvised scores performed alongside films made by filmmaker and performer, Duncan Reekie.


Ordinary Love

Annie's Staff Pick of the season: Lesley Manville and Liam Neeson are note-perfect as an everyday couple coping with cancer.

Wednesday 9 December, 11am and Thursday 10 December at 11am and 8pm

Wings of Desire

Wim Wenders' Original, beautiful, literate and romantic piece of vital cinema set in the afterlife. Read more about the film in this blog from cinema volunteer, Jamie Sellers.

Friday 11 December, 8pm and Saturday 12 December, 8pm   

The Last Metro

Alan's Staff Pick: Francois Truffaut's gripping WW2 drama set in a crumbling French theatre during the German occupation.

Sunday 13 December, 8pm

JoJo Rabbit

Star-studded, irreverent, 'strange art comedy' about a boy growing up in Nazi Germany.

Wednesday 16 December, 11am and Thursday 17 December, 11am and 8pm

We will announce our Christmas film titles and screening dates here very soon!

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