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Exclusive: Rooftop Cinema Club is back for an unmissable season of holiday movies this December

Exclusive: Rooftop Cinema Club is back for an unmissable season of holiday movies this December

The masters of outdoor rooftop movie viewing are back this festive season and partnering with Time Out for 19 nights of holiday movies on the roof of the Montalbán in Hollywood from Friday, December 1 to Saturday, December 23. And if you’re worried about the cold up there in the run-up to Christmas, don’t be: these are going to be the most cosy outdoor movie screenings you’ve ever experienced, with warm blankets available on site and hot drinks ready to heat you up (including mulled wine, of course).

Rooftop Cinema Club and Time Out’s “The Ultimate Holiday Movie Series” will bring everyone’s favorite Christmas movies to the Montalbán. There will be movies to suit everyone, from much-loved comedies like Home Alone, Trading Places and Elf to Christmas classics like It’s a Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street and White Christmas and unique movie landmarks like The Nightmare Before Christmas, When Harry Met Sally and Carol. And of course the festive season wouldn’t be the festive season without National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and How the Grinch Stole Christmas, so we’re showing those too.

As ever, Rooftop Cinema Club will provide everyone with a comfy deckchair to curl up in to enjoy the movie, and don’t worry about not being able to hear the film: Everyone gets a set of wireless headphones, so you’ll never miss a word. There’ll also be plenty of food from Baohaus and drinks to purchase to help make your evening as special as possible.

As if all of this wasn’t enough, Rooftop and Time Out will make sure that the movies themselves and the amazing view from the roof aren’t the only memories you’re going to take home with you: We’re also going to decorate the roof of the Montalbán so that it looks like a winter wonderland you’ll never forget.

Tickets for “The Ultimate Holiday Movie Series” are on sale now. Explore the list below, choose your movie and click through to book.

See you on the roof!

Friday, December 1, 7pm at the Montalbán: Elf (2003)

Friday, December 1, 9pm at the Montalbán: When Harry Met Sally (1989)

Saturday, December 2, 5pm at the Montalbán: The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)

Saturday, December 2, 8pm at the Montalbán: How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)

Sunday, December 3, 5pm at the Montalbán: Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

Sunday, December 3, 7.30pm at the Montalbán: Carol (2015)

Tuesday, December 5, 8pm at the Montalbán: It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

Wednesday, December 6, 8pm at the Montalbán: Love Actually (2003)

Thursday, December 7, 8pm at the Montalbán: Die Hard (1988)

Friday, December 8, 7pm at the Montalbán: Home Alone (1990)

Friday, December 8, 9pm at the Montalbán: Scrooged (1988)

Saturday, December 9, 5pm at the Montalbán: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)

Saturday, December 9, 8pm at the Montalbán: Trading Places (1983)

Sunday, December 10, 5pm at the Montalbán: The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)

Sunday, December 10, 7.30pm at the Montalbán: The Nightmare Before Christmas (1994)

Tuesday, December 12, 8pm at the Montalbán: It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

Wednesday, December 13, 8pm at the Montalbán: Love Actually (2003)

Thursday, December 14, 8pm at the Montalbán: White Christmas (1954)

Friday, December 15, 7pm at the Montalbán: Elf (2003)

Friday, December 15, 9pm at the Montalbán: A Christmas Story (1983)

Sunday, December 17, 5pm at the Montalbán: Edward Scissorhands (1990)

Sunday, December 17, 7.30pm at the Montalbán: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)

Tuesday, December 19, 8pm at the Montalbán: The Holiday (2006)

Wednesday, December 20, 8pm at the Montalbán: Bad Santa (2003)

Thursday, December 21, 8pm at the Montalbán: Love Actually (2003)

Friday, December 22, 7pm at the Montalbán: Home Alone (1990)

Friday, December 22, 9pm at the Montalbán: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)

Saturday, December 23, 5pm at the Montalbán: Elf (2003)

Saturday, December 23, 8pm at the Montalbán: It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

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