Clueless (1995) and Bottomless Prosecco Brunch

10th February 2024
1:00PM

Ugh as if! Enjoy Clueless on our big screen with bottomless prosecco brunch. Grab your tartan suits!

About this event

Cher has everything – popularity and a killer wardrobe! Unfortunately, she’s also been given a dreaded C grade. Can she fix this by orchestrating a romance between her two teachers, Miss Geist and Mr Hall? And can she and her best friend Dionne give clueless new student Tai a makeover and make her one of the popular girls? Or is Cher the one who is actually clueless?

Clueless is the definitive 90s teen comedy – don’t miss it back on the big screen. Before the film, enjoy 90-minutes of bottomless prosecco and fabulous food in our fully licenced bar.  Choose from beef, chicken and vegan burger options and add toppings, salad, and chips at our build-your-own-burger station. And if that’s not enough, additional drinks and snacks can also be purchased. Tickets are £35 per person (plus booking fee).

We encourage you to dress in your best Clueless attire and to like, totally enjoy yourselves!

Getting to 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. For more information please click here.

 

The Holiday (2006) and Bottomless Prosecco Brunch

16th December 2023
1:00PM

Celebrate Christmas with Cameron Diaz, Jude Law, Kate Winslet, Jack Black, and a lot of prosecco!

About this event

The Holiday is the only Christmas rom com you need. It won everyone’s hearts on its initial cinema release but hasn’t been seen on a giant screen…until now!

Iris has had enough of pining after Jasper. Over the other side of the Atlantic,  Amanda is equally sick of her cheating boyfriend. They find the perfect solution – a house swap for Christmas. Iris can enjoy an LA lifestyle and Amanda gets to experience the English countryside, whilst they both avoid men. However, they didn’t factor in Iris’s handsome brother and a charming movie composer entering their lives…

Before the film, enjoy 90-minutes of bottomless prosecco and fabulous food in our fully licenced bar.  Choose from beef, chicken and vegan burger options and add toppings, salad, and chips at our build-your-own-burger station. And if that’s not enough, additional drinks and snacks can also be purchased. Tickets are £35 per person (plus booking fee).

The Holiday is must-see viewing in lots of households at Christmas time, but it’s much better with other fans and prosecco. Get ready to encounter Mr Napkin Head on a giant screen!

Getting to 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. For more information please click here.

 

The Polar Express (2004) and Santa Visit

03rd December 2023
9:30AM

Experience the magic of The Polar Express as never before!

About this event

The festive favourite heads to Birmingham’s biggest screen, alongside a visit from Santa himself!

The magical movie follows a young boy’s adventure of a lifetime when a mysterious train appears outside his home on Christmas Eve. As he hurdles towards the North Pole and a meeting with Santa, he discovers what Christmas is all about.

You won’t need to board a train to meet Santa though, as he’s set to make a special visit at Millennium Point  with early presents for all the children watching! The film runs from 11:15am to 1:00pm and Santa will be around before the film (from 9.30am) and afterwards (until 2:00pm) to ensure he can meet everyone. Plus, there will be a children’s Christmas disco to keep children entertained whilst they wait their turn to see him.

With hot chocolate for all and a DJ playing all the Christmas classics, this event is sure to delight you and your little ones. Believe in magic again and give your family a Christmas to remember this year.



Getting to 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. For more information please click here.

 

Elf (2003) with Cocktails

10th December 2023
3:00PM

Giant Elves have taken over The Millennium Point this December and they’re making cocktails!

Join Tony and the team at The Wine Events Company as they shake up a snow globe of festive cocktails to drink alongside a unique showing of this modern classic Christmas movie.

Buddy (Will Ferrell) was accidentally transported to the North Pole as a toddler and raised to adulthood among Santa’s elves. Unable to shake the feeling that he doesn’t fit in, the adult Buddy travels to New York, in full elf uniform, in search of his real father. As it happens, this is Walter Hobbs (James Caan), a cynical businessman. After a DNA test proves this, Walter reluctantly attempts to start a relationship with the childlike Buddy with increasingly chaotic results.

Expect four delicious cocktails, in-jokes, cheeky banter and movie trivia by the stocking load served alongside this zany Christmas comedy movie. The movie will be paused at appropriate moments to serve you your next Christmas themed cocktail whilst the team on stage demonstrate how to make the cocktail at home.

Tickets are £39.95 per person (plus booking fee). This covers a £10 ticket for a screening on our giant screen plus four themed cocktails and a hosted experience consisting of drink and movie trivia. Additional drinks and snacks can be purchased at our fully licenced bar.



Getting to 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. For more information please click here.

 

Mean Girls (2004) Bottomless Prosecco Brunch

23rd September 2023
1:00PM

Mean Girls comes to Birmingham’s biggest screen!

About this event

This event is so fetch! Enjoy Mean Girls on a giant screen with bottomless prosecco. It’s not a Wednesday, but feel free to wear pink.

When Cady (played by the legendary Lindsay Lohan) experiences an American high school for the first time, she discovers a whole new world of strict social cliques. She’s honoured with a rare welcome from the popular students, ‘the Plastics’, but soon discovers that popularity comes at a cost. With an all-star cast of incredible comedy talent, including Rachel McAdams, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Amanda Seyfried, Mean Girls is one of the funniest films of all time. If you’re looking for your next film fix after seeing Barbie, this is the perfect choice.

Millennium Point Events presents a bottomless brunch and a special screening of the classic teen comedy. Tickets are £35.00 per person (plus an Eventbrite booking fee). 

Tickets cover a £10 ticket for a screening of Mean Girls plus a meal (consisting of a burger, chips and coleslaw) and unlimited prosecco (for 90 minutes). Additional drinks and snacks can be purchased at our fully licenced bar.

Don’t miss this chance to enjoy the Plastics with prosecco!

Getting to 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. For more information please click here.

 

Here We Are: Screening and Q&A with Oliver Jeffers & Philip Hunt

10th June 2023
10:00AM

A little bonus event to finish off BDF 2023 – and what a bonus it is. On Saturday 10th June, Oliver Jeffers will be back on stage to present the 2020 film Here We Are: Notes For Living on Planet Earth based on the book of the same name alongside Director Philip Hunt.

About this event

We’ve got a little bonus event to finish off BDF 2023 – and what a bonus it is. On Saturday 10th June, Oliver Jeffers will be back on stage to present the 2020 film Here We Are: Notes For Living on Planet Earth based on the book of the same name alongside Director Philip Hunt.

Oliver and Philip first worked together on BAFTA-winning Lost & Found, an adaptation of one of Oliver’s first picture books 15 years ago. After the screening of Here We Are, held at the majestic Giant Screen, we’ll be delving deeper into the relationship between Oliver and Studio AKA and the process of bringing his wonderful picture books to life.

This event will be free to attend, and we encourage families to join us for the screening, which will be roughly 35 minutes. Once the film has finished, there will be a short break, after which we will be sitting down for a Q&A with Oliver and Philip. The Q&A will be aimed at folks looking to learn more about the development process of the film, so may be uninteresting for young children.

Getting to 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. For more information please click here.

 

Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) with Cocktails

21st October 2023
7:00PM

Join movie geek Tony Elvin as we present a unique showing of the musical comedy horror alongside a unique cocktail experience.

About this event

Millennium Point Events team up with host Tony ‘Furter’ Elvin from the innovative event specialists The Wine Events Company once more to present a fun and unique showing of the musical comedy horror, alongside four themed cocktails and a very big screen.

In this cult classic, sweethearts Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Susan Sarandon), stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry). As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker (Meat Loaf) and a creepy butler (Richard O’Brien). Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named “Rocky.”

Our Rocky Horror Picture Show ‘Movie and Cocktails’ party at Millennium Point takes place at 7pm on Saturday 21st October on Birmingham’s biggest screen with a state of the art sound system that will really make you shiver with antici…pation!

Tickets are £39.95 per person (plus booking fee).  This covers a £10 ticket for a screening on our giant screen plus four themed cocktails and a hosted experience consisting of drink and movie trivia. Additional drinks and snacks can be purchased at our fully licenced bar.

Dressing up is encouraged!

So grab your Brad or your Janet, definitely don’t forget your Eddie and Magenta, and prepare to do the time warp again!



Getting to 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. For more information please click here.

 

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018) with Prosecco

01st July 2023
7:00PM

Join Tony Elvin and team to set sail for the island of Kalokairi , for bubbles, love and a whole lot of ABBA this summer!

Join Tony Elvin and team in our giant screen Auditorium as we present a a special screening of Ol Parker’s British-American jukebox musical romantic comedy, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. This summer singalong event will include five different glasses of prosecco and a screening of the film all for £35.95 per person (plus fees).

Five years after the events of Mamma Mia! (2008), Sophie ( Amanda Seyfried) prepares for the grand reopening of the Hotel Bella Donna as she learns more about her mother’s past.

Doors open at 7:00pm with estimated finish time of 10:00 pm.

Getting to 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. For more information please click here.

 

The Greatest Showman with Wine

22nd April 2023
7:00PM

Join movie geek Tony Elvin as we present a unique showing of the hit-musical alongside a unique wine tasting experience.

About this event

Hosted in our giant screen Auditorium – previously the region’s biggest and best IMAX – our host Tony Elvin, from film geeks The Wine and Events Company, will be providing entertainment and movie trivia throughout. For example, did you know Zendaya did all her own trapeze stunts? We definitely won’t be trying that on the night!

Along with all of this, the film will be paused at intervals so you can enjoy five glasses of themed wines.

Getting to 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. For more information please click here.

 

FILMGAGE presents HEARTS of DARKNESS FILM SEASON

29th November 2022
6:00PM

FILM/GAGE ’22 is proud to present ‘HEARTS OF DARKNESS’ at The Millennium Point Big Screen, exploring the best in black horror on screen.

About this event

FILM/GAGE ’22 is proud to present ‘HEARTS OF DARKNESS’ at The Millennium Point Big Screen Auditorium, Birmingham. Birmingham BIGGEST SCREEN. The event will showcase the very best in Black and Asian and minority filmmakers and from across the globe and explore the monster in all of us.

In Dreams Are Monsters is a major BFI UK-wide film and events season celebrating the horror genre on screen, taking place from 1 October to 31 December in cinemas nationwide, at BFI Southbank (from 17 October to 31 December), BFI IMAX, on BFI Player and with a tie-in major BFI Blu-ray release. It is supported by National Lottery, BFI Film Audience Network and the ICO.