*Doors open 14:30 | Film starts 14:50 *
Bristol Film Festival are bringing their classic and contemporary animated film screenings back to Clifton Observatory this Autumn!
🎬 About The Film
2012 | PG | 101 mins
Wreck-It Ralph is a video arcade game villain who grows tired of being the bad guy, and embarks on a quest to become a hero for a change. However, his act of rebellion inadvertently unleashes a threat that endangers the entire arcade…
Contains mild violence
Established in 1766, Clifton Observatory is an iconic landmark and an integral part of the Bristol landscape. The Observatory has had a long and varied history, but one thing has remained consistent over the centuries: the spectacular and unforgettable views of Bristol, Avon Gorge, and the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
In 2015, the Observatory underwent a major restoration. Today, it’s home to the 360 café, a museum featuring a rare Victorian-era Camera Obscura, and the atmospheric and mythical Giant’s Cave.
Age restrictions: 8+
|Concession (Student | Over 65 | Blue Light Card)||£11|
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