Saturday 11th August at 3pm. Doors open at 2pm
Great Missenden Memorial Centre
A Peachy family afternoon
Join the crews from the Roald Dahl Museum and Blue Door Cinema for a special screening of James and the Giant Peach. Doors open at 2pm for some extra-special activities - listen to some peachy storytelling, get your face painted or get stuck in to some crackling craft activities.
Why not pick up a Village Trail after the screening to make it a gloriumptious afternoon for all the family in Great Missenden, the heart of Roald Dahl country.
Adults £6.50, children £3.50.
Buy your tickets via the Blue Door Cinema website (subject to booking fee) or in person from the Museum or Samways newsagents in Great Missenden.
There’ll be a cash bar and an opportunity to buy peachy treats from the Museum Café and books, gifts and toys from the Museum Shop.
Saturday 11 August at 3pm.
Doors open 2pm.
Great Missenden Memorial Centre, Link Rd, Great Missenden HP16 9AE.
Featuring stop-motion animation and live action, this inventive adaptation of Roald Dahl's beloved tale follows the adventures of orphaned James (Paul Terry) who is forced to live with his cruel aunts Spiker and Sponge (Joanna Lumley, Miriam Margolyes). He manages to escape from his bleak existence with the help of an enormous enchanted peach which starts to grow in the aunts’ garden. After rolling into the sea inside the buoyant fruit, James, accompanied by a crew of friendly talking insects, sets sail for New York City.