Watch Disney’s Coco this Halloween safe and socially distanced on the giant screen at Millennium Point in Birmingham city centre for £6 per person at 11:30 am on Thursday 29th October.
Our popular safe and socially distanced screenings are back at Millennium Point with Disney Pixar’s Coco (2017). Let the kids enjoy the vibrant colours and toe-tapping rhythms of this modern Disney classic on the giant screen (formerly an IMAX). This is a perfect Halloween activity to get the family out of the house in a safe environment. We’ve taken measures to ensure our screenings are safe which includes limited and assigned seating, cashless and contactless experience, social distancing measures and PPE for our staff.
What’s the film about?
The film follows young Miguel who, despite his family’s generations-old ban on music dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colourful Land of the Dead. After meeting a charming trickster named Héctor, the two new friends embark on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel’s family history.
Featuring the voice talents of Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt and Alanna Ubach, Coco is the first film with a nine-figure budget to feature an all-Latino principal cast. On its release, the film won two Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song (“Remember Me”). It also won Best Animated Film at the BAFTA Awards, Golden Globe Awards, Critic’s Choice Movie Awards, and Annie Awards.
Tickets are priced at the equivalent of £6 per person (plus fees). Tickets are only available to buy in bundles of two, three or four to enable you to select adjoining seats for people in your household. You can buy more than one block of tickets at a time however, you will only be able to pick seats as per the seating plan.
Where is Millennium Point?
Millennium Point is in the Eastside of Birmingham City Centre just 5-minutes walk from Moor Street and 15-minutes from Grand Central and the tram. There is also limited parking on-site which means we’re easy to find regardless of how you travel.
How have we made it safe?
Under the current coronavirus measures in Birmingham, you are allowed to attend a film screening providing you do not mix with other households. Millennium Point has been accredited as “COVID secure”. Our award-winning events team at Millennium Point has been working hard to implement new hygiene and safety measures, to ensure all government guidelines. The Auditorium, which at full capacity can host 354 people, has been reduced allow for physical distancing between households, and all seats will be allocated in advance to pre-paid ticket holders. A deep clean will be carried out between performances and all screenings will be contactless and cash-free and staff and cinema-goers alike will be wearing facemasks. Specific details for measures we have taken can be found on the booking page (see bottom of this blog). Following our socially distanced family screening of Trolls: World Tour during the summer one satisfied cinema-goer commented:
“I just wanted to say how great mine and family’s experience was watching trolls today. I was very anxious but was immediately put at ease from all things you had implemented to make it COVID safe. It was lovely to do something normal again with my child without a worry. So thank you very much!
Related article: Millennium Point is Reopening for Events
Don’t miss out on this fun and affordable half-term event for your family, head on over to the booking page and grab your tickets now!
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