The Christmas season comes with all sorts of yearly traditions. One for many in Birmingham is watching holiday films at the Alabama Theatre. Good news—tickets are on sale now so you can catch all the classics this December. Tickets are limited—buy now.
Kicking off the holiday film series will be Christmas Vacation on December 1. You can also expect a performance with Alabama Theatre’s Mighty Wurlitzer organ.
Other holiday classics to enjoy during the month of December include favorites like Elf, Home Alone and It’s a Wonderful Life. There will also be one showing of Die Hard on December 18. Now that’s what I’m talking about!
- Dec. 1—Christmas Vacation, 7PM
- Dec. 2 —Elf, 7PM
- Dec. 3—It’s A Wonderful Life, 7PM
- Dec. 4—White Christmas, 7PM
- Dec. 5—Christmas Vacation, 7PM
- Dec. 6—Miracle on 34th Street, 2PM
- Dec. 7—It’s A Wonderful Life presented with Open Movie Captioning, 7PM
- Dec. 8—Home Alone, 7PM
- Dec. 9—Christmas Vacation, 7PM
- Dec. 10—Elf, 7PM
- Dec. 11—A Christmas Story, 7PM
- Dec. 12—It’s A Wonderful Life, 7PM
- Dec. 13—White Christmas, 2PM
- Dec. 14—Christmas Vacation, 7PM
- Dec. 15—Elf, 7PM
- Dec. 16—Christmas Vacation, 7PM
- Dec. 17—Home Alone, 7PM
- Dec. 18—Die Hard, 7PM
- Dec. 19—Christmas Vacation, 7PM
- Dec. 20—Elf, 2PM
- Dec. 21—Christmas Vacation, 7PM
- Dec. 22—White Christmas, 7PM
Safety Check, 1, 2
Due to the pandemic, the Alabama Theatre will have several safety rules in place. Masks and social distancing will be required and temperature checks will take place before entry.
To ensure social distancing is possible, the Alabama Theatre will only sell 30% of its seats. Act fast—buy your tickets now.