Narnia Final Details

Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Dawn Treader

We have now confirmed the final details of our Narnia private preview! Whew!!!

We have only learnt today that we will have to see the film in 3D. Normally we have a single film shared between two projectors – they have a huge loop of film going between the two adjacent projectors – my daughter always likes going to see it when we have one of these occasions!

As a result of it being 3D they can’t do this and so we will have two separate showings.

The first showing will be at 1pm and the second at 3.30pm on Sunday 5th December.

Due to the film being 3D there is normally a £1.50 premium. We have agreed a £5 ticket with the LOAN of 3d glasses.

You can buy your tickets on Sunday at one of the services at Wallington Girls or St Paul’s, Roundshaw or you can pop into the Church centre on a weekday morning or you can reserve tickets online.

Obviously, if you make an order online the tickets won’t be confirmed until or unless we email back to say that they are available and you have paid for them.

You can reserve online at the Springfield Church website.

Please be aware that this is a private viewing and only members of Springfield Church or connected to Springfield Church (via a ministry or an event) are eligible for tickets.

You can see the two trailers from the film in my earlier post.

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2 comments on “Narnia Final Details

  1. Ben Unseth
    November 25, 2010 at 8:27 am #

    Oh how I wish that I could join you for the Narnia Preview! One reason I love Lewis’ Narnia is because it offers such great bridging opportunities beyond church walls.

    At Holy Cross we are focusing on characters from “Voyage of the Downtreader” as we celebrate Advent and Christmas. We call it “A Christmas Advent-ure: Your Voyage to the End of the World.” We will use the following passages from the Revised Common Lectionary:

    • Nov. 28 Reepicheep (Isaiah 2.1-5)
    • Dec. 5 King Caspian (Psalm 72.1-7, 18-19)
    • Dec. 12 Lord Bern (Matthew 11.2-11)
    • Dec. 19 King Edmund (Isaiah 7.10-16)
    • Dec. 24 Eustace (Christmas Eve; Titus 2.11-14)
    • Dec. 26 Lord Rhoop (Matthew 2.13-23)

  2. Will Cookson
    November 25, 2010 at 12:34 pm #

    Beth,
    We have really enjoyed going with friends, family and neighbours to go and see films of the last few years. We went to see both the last two Narnia films, The Nativity and A Christmas Carol.

    We see this as a way of building community with others. We do a number of events through the year which we want to be good and fun and build up relationships and community.

    There are, of course great links in Narnia – but of course they were written that way! One of our church members has written a whole load of articles on the Voyage of the Dawn Treader on his blog – well worth a read

    http://colourlessgreendreams.blogspot.com/

    We’ll try and get a review up on the Sunday evening after we see it!

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