The weather has turned pretty nasty over the last few days - what better way to wait out the winter weather than snuggling up with a family favourite in Seven Stories? Choose from four films inspired by some of our favourite children's books this Winter. Harry Potter and the Philosophers’ Stone Film Screening

Tuesday 29 December  • 2pm Step into the magical streets of Diagon Alley and watch Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone under the twinkling lights of the Attic.  Booking essential. £3 per person in addition to admission fee.  Includes a complimentary drink on arrival.








Paddington Bear Film Screening Sunday 8 November  • 11am Our A Bear Called Paddington exhibition is packing up its suitcase and leaving Seven Stories this weekend. Bring along your favourite bear, tuck into a marmalade sandwich and enjoy the stunning, BAFTA nominated adaptation of Paddington together. Booking recommended. Free event, admission fee to the centre applies.  








On Angel Wings Film Screening Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 December  • Drop in all day Drop into the Studio all day and enjoy festive crafts while watching On Angel Wings based on the beautiful Christmas story by Michael Morpurgo. One cold Christmas night, an old shepherd recounts the magical story of how he came to be the first visitor to the new born Christ child - ahead of the other shepherds, and in complete secret. Free event, no booking required. Admission fee to the centre applies. War Game Film Screening Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23 December  • 3pm Enjoy this touching story of the Christmas Truce based on the stunning book by Michael Foreman.  War Game  tells the story of Will, Lacey and Freddie – three young Suffolk lads who leave their idyllic country lives to fight in the trenches of World War I. Surrounded by the chaos and confusion of war, they can only dream of their football team, their friends and the families they have left behind. Head down to our Painting with Rainbows Exhibition to find out more about the story and discover the original illustrations from Michael’s beautiful books. Free event, no booking required. Admission fee to the centre applies.