This Easter Monday there will be a FREE screening of The BoxTrolls in At-Bristol’s Millennium Square!
The PG-rated animated film features a community of mischievous, quirky creatures who have raised a little orphaned boy called Eggs in their home built deep below the streets of Cheesebridge.
When the town’s villain, Archibald Snatcher comes up with a plan to get rid of the Boxtrolls, Eggs decides to venture above ground where he meets and teams up with fabulously feisty Winnifred. Together, they hatch a daring plot to save Eggs’ family!
The BoxTrolls is based on the children’s book, Here Be Monsters, which is written by Bristol author, inventor and illustrator, Alan Snow.
Seating will be limited on the day, so do bring your own blankets and deck chairs to enjoy the film. The At-Bristol Cafe and Kiosk will also be open so don’t worry if you don’t get chance to pack a picnic!
The BoxTrolls will be screen from 12 – 2pm on Monday 17th April. You can find Millennium Square in Bristol City Centre, Canon’s Way BS1 5DB.
For more family-friendly events and activities taking place across Bristol this Easter weekend, do head on over to the Bristol Mum What’s On page!