Next week, Disney‘s “Christopher Robin” invites audiences back to the Hundred Acre Wood with Winnie the Pooh and friends, and the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles is presenting a special engagement of the new film.
The event runs from August 3 – 26, with a special Opening Night screening on August 2. Also, per Ed Collins, General Manager of the El Capitan Theatre, “Through August 12, El Capitan guests will see our display of Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore and Tigger stuffed animals used in the making of the movie. These “stuffies” – as they were affectionately referred to on set – were created using manufacturing processes that would have existed in the 1920s when the original toys were made.”
In addition, from August 2 – 5 and August 11 – 12, guests entering the theatre will be entertained by The Side Street Strutters Jazz Band from Disneyland Resort.
Tickets for the Opening Night screening on August 2 at 6:00 PM are $30 each and include a reserved seat, popcorn, 20 oz. bottled drink, and exclusive poster. You can purchase tickets here.
Daily showtimes are 10:00 AM, 1:05 PM, 4:10 PM, 7:15 PM, and (on August 3 and 4 only) 10:20 PM. Showtimes and dates are subject to change, so be sure to check the El Capitan Theatre website for current information and to purchase tickets.
A $10 per ticket group rate is available for parties of 20 or more by calling 1-818-845-3110.
Guests can also purchase the Hard Rock Café Movie & Meal Package for $40 per person. Each ticket package includes a reserved seat to see the movie at the El Capitan Theatre and a meal at Hard Rock Café. Reservations are required in advance (tickets must be booked at least 24 hours in advance). This offering is available for all showtimes August 3 – August 26, 2018. Guests choose one entrée from a special Hard Rock Cafe menu at the time of their seating. Tax and gratuity are included. Alcohol and movie concessions are not included — guests must purchase separately.
The El Capitan Theatre also hosts a very special Tiny Tot Tuesday for the first show every Tuesday during the run of Disney’s “Christopher Robin.” During these special tot-friendly screenings, the lights are dimmed rather than fully turned down and sound levels are reduced.