Welcome to Liverpool Confidential
Reset Password
The Confidential websites will be undergoing routine updates. This may cause the sites to go offline. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience.

You are here: Liverpool ConfidentialEntertainmentEvents.

Christmas classics on Clayton Square big screen

Stores start seasonal push with 'Super Thursdays'

Published on November 28th 2012.


Christmas classics on Clayton Square big screen

TILL BELLS ring, are you listening? Or something like that.

Liverpool city centre stores are dangling a Christmas carrot of reindeers, movies and Titan the Robot to lure in shoppers as the big trolley dash 2012 gets under way. 

So, For the next four Thursdays the BBC Big Screen in Clayton Square is to show festive classics for free - so get your thermals on (from that stall just by Wetherspoons).

City Central BID, which represents retailers in the city centre, has commissioned the films to entertain people as they go about their late night Christmas shopping.

Santa Claus The MovieSanta Claus, The Movie

The first cinematic instalment is 1985's Santa Claus, The Movie, starring Dudley Moore as the chief elf to Santa. It will be screened tomorrow (Thurs Nov 29) at 12.30pm and again at 4pm.

The films are part of a free package of festive entertainment to run across four ‘Super Thursdays’ to get shoppers in the Christmas spirit.

  • Cairngorm Reindeers will be taking up residence in Queen Square from 4pm to 7pm tomorrow. It's a photo opp for the kids and  you can leave a gift as part of the Mission Christmas campaign. The reindeers will be back for the following three Thursdays.
  • Titan The Robot will be making a return after a two year gap, performing two half hour shows around Clayton Square at 5.30pm and 6.30pm. Titan will also be performing for the next four Thursdays.
  • Tomorrow also sees the beginning of the 2nd week of programmed live music acts at the Liverpool Bandstand in Williamson Square which run from 12.30pm until 7pm on Thursdays and until 5pm Friday to Sunday. The Bandstand’s final show will be on Saturday, December 22.

Clayton Square Big ScreenClayton Square Big ScreenAnd Metquarter is also hosting special Christmas events ever Thursday until December 20.

Ed Oliver, Chairman of City Central BID, said: ‘’Our businesses want to give everyone a memorable time when they are in Liverpool city centre."

He added: ‘’With film classics, live music, Titan, the reindeers and the Christmas market the city centre is going to be buzzing. If you love Christmas, you’ll love Liverpool.’’

But still no sign of Metal Mickey, some of you may sigh.

Like what you see? Enter your email to sign up for our newsletters which are chock-a-block with more great reviews, news, deals and savings.

9 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

AnonymousNovember 28th 2012.

No buskers?

AnonymousNovember 28th 2012.

That's a bit of a shame

Father ChristmasNovember 28th 2012.

'Santa Claus the Movie' - a classic?

Father ChristmasNovember 28th 2012.

"Reindeers"?

OEDNovember 29th 2012.

Reindeer

Miss L. TowNovember 29th 2012.

'Miracle on 34th Street' (the proper 1947 one) was on Film Four last week. Made me blub like a damned foreigner.

Now THAT is a classic.

Dave JayNovember 30th 2012.

Bah Fhooking Humbug to it all...Titan the robot died for nobodys sins at easter

HollyNovember 30th 2012.

Is that picture of the creepy-looking potential sex criminals dressed as gnomes from the fillum?

AnonymousDecember 14th 2012.

Its a wondeful life i would like

To post this comment, you need to login.Please complete your login information.
OR CREATE AN ACCOUNT HERE..
Or you can login using Facebook.

Latest Rants

Chris Muscatelli

Dot, dot, dot, dot, dot, dot and a lower case 'I'? It's like being called ugly by a frog.

 Read more
Foiegras

best of all, no bloody giants...

 Read more
John Bradley

Says the "man?" who cannot properly thread a conversation.

 Read more
George Smiley

Dear Mr. Bradley...evidently a scouser...i believe you mean "they're. Never mind a common error in…

 Read more

Explore The Site

© Mark Garner t/a Confidential Direct 2017

Privacy | Careers | Website by: Planet Code