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Harry Potter & the Philosopher’s Stone [Tuesday Screening]

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Tuesday 17th December | Doors: 18:30 | Film Start: 19:15 | Approx End: 22:15

This Christmas, enjoy a spellbinding screening in Clifton College’s historic Chapel, with Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. 

Prepare for a magical evening in this atmospheric venue, bathed in candlelight, as we present the first instalment of Harry’s adventures at Hogwarts. Before the film, enjoy a live organ recital, and explore this historic building’s architecture with a tour of the Library (limited spaces available). There’s mulled wine – preorder or pay on the night – as well as refreshments for younger witches and wizards. Perfect for all ages, enjoy the story that continues to ‘bewitch the mind and ensnare the senses’…


Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone

2001 | PG | 146 mins

Harry Potter has been raised by his cruel relatives, the Dursleys, after his parents died in mysterious circumstances when he was a baby. On his eleventh birthday he discovers that he is a wizard, and has been invited to attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe | Rupert Grint |  Emma Watson | Alan Rickman

Director: Christopher Columbus

Producer: David Heyman

Screenplay: Steve Kloves, based on the novel by J.K. Rowling


  • Doors for this event will open at 18:30. The film will commence with a short talk at approximately 19:15. The event will conclude at approximately 22:15.
  • Please alert staff to any accessibility requirements in advance of the screening. 
  • Tours of the library are free of charge but pre-booking is essential. On the night, the Festival will be running a collection for a charity – any donations would be greatly appreciated.
  • The BBFC have rated this film PG.  (BBFC)
  • This film will be screened without subtitles.
  • For more information, please refer to our FAQ section or Contact Us.






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