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Entertainment / November 24, 2021

Naughty or nice? The Lighthouse Cinema reveals festive film line-up for 2021

Entertainment / November 24, 2021

Naughty or nice? The Lighthouse Cinema reveals festive film line-up for 2021

Yes, Die Hard is a Christmas movie.

The Lighthouse Cinema in Smithfield, Dublin 9 has announced it’s selection of festive films being screened this year. The ‘Naughty or Nice’ Christmas season kicks off on Wednesday December 1st and wraps up on New Year’s Eve.

From old-school classics like ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ and ‘Love Actually’ to movies suited to a younger audience like ‘The Muppet Christmas Carol’ and ‘Elf’, there’s something for everyone this holiday season at the Lighthouse.

Here’s the full line-up of festive films on offer at the Lighthouse Cinema this December:

The Muppet Christmas Carol

Die Hard


Love Actually

The Green Knight

Royal Ballet: The Nutcracker Live

It’s a Wonderful Life

The Family Stone

Home Alone


Royal Ballet: The Nutcracker

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Cinema Book Club: L.A Confidential

The Nightmare Before Christmas

National Lampoons Christmas Vacation

Phantom Thread

Tickets for adults cost 13.50 and are available here.

The Lighthouse is also currently showing highly anticipated films such as ‘Spencer’, ‘The French Dispatch’, House of Gucci’, ‘Dune’ and ‘Arracht’ – the Irish entry for International Film at the 93rd Academy Awards. Check out their current screenings here.

All audience members over the age of 18 are required to bring their EU COVID Certificate. Face masks are mandatory for all public areas of the building, including the lobby, walkways, and bathrooms. Face coverings can be removed once seated in the screen or in the café/bar.

The Lighthouse offers sit-down meals in their ground floor café, along with a large cinema concession selection that features a wide range of beer, wine and even bottled cocktails from Irish Craft Cocktails to make your festive night out even more special.