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Arthur's Christmas Tale in aid of Shelter Scotland

Arthur's Christmas Tale Shelter

Arthur's Christmas Tale is a heart warming stop motion animation based on a poem by AH Proctor that was created to raise funds in aid of Shelter Scotland. The animation will be showing in the trailers of cinemas across Scotland throughout December to help raise funds for the charity.

Donate to Shelter Scotland here: Shelter Scotland Giving Page

Cinemas where you can see Arthur's Christmas Tale

Why not treat yourself to a Christmas Movie and help a great charity in the process. You can see Arthur's Christmas Tale in the following cinemas:

Grosvenor Picture Theatre 24 Ashton Ln, Glasgow Grosvenor Picture Theatre

Perth Playhouse, 6 Murray Street, Perth  Perth Playhouse

Scotsman Picturehouse, 20 North Street, Edinburgh Scotsman Picturehouse

Alloa Cinema, Bank Street, Alloa  Alloa Cinema

Bathgate Cinema, George Street, Bathgate  Bathgate Cinema

Cameo Cinema, 38 Home Street, Edinburgh Cameo Cinema

RBC Film Theatre, Robert Burns Centre, Dumfries RBC Film Theatre

The Oban Phoenix, 140 George St, Oban The Oban Phoenix Cinema

New Picture House (NPH), 117 North St, St Andrews  NPH Cinema

The Kino Leven Cinema, 17-19 Commercial Rd, Leven Kino Leven

The Birks Cinema, 1 Dunkeld St, Aberfeldy The Birks Cinema

Auchterarder Picturehouse, Muthill Village Hall/Aytoun Hall Auchterarder

Lonsdale Cinema, Moat Road, Annan Lonsdale Annan Cinema

The Kino Glenrothes, 2 Church Street, Glenrothes Kino Glenrothes

The Dominion Cinema, New Battle Terrace, Edinburgh Dominion Cinema

Tower Digital Arts Centre, 81 Sinclair St, Helensburgh The Tower

Moray Playhouse, High Street, Elgin Moray Playhouse 

The Pavilion Cinema, Market St, Galashiels Pavilion Cinema Galashiels

Isle of Bute Discovery Centre Cinema, Victoria St, Rothesay Bute Cinema

Eden Court Cinema, Bishop’s Road, Inverness  IV3 5SA Eden Court Cinema

Highland Cinema, Cameron Square, Fort William PH33 6AJ Highland Cinema


About Shelter Scotland 

Shelter Scotland strives every day to give people struggling with bad housing or homelessness the help they need, through our advice, support and legal services. They campaign relentlessly to achieve their vision of a safe, secure, affordable home for everyone. You can find out more about the vital work carried out by Shelter Scotland by following this link:

Shelter Scotland

Shelter Scotland exists to defend the right to a safe home and fight the devastating impact the housing emergency has on people and society. Shelter Scotland believes that home is everything.  As of 31 March 2023, there was 15,039 households in temporary accommodation, 9,595 of them children, the highest number recorded.  Between April 2022 and March 2023 another 32,242 households became homeless - this is the equivalent of a household losing their home every 16 minutes. Donate now and you can help make sure no one has to fight the threat of homelessness alone.
Angela Proctor is an author from the East End of Glasgow, most famous for her series of stories for children, Thumble Tumble.  Angela has turned one of her poems into an animated movie, Arthur's Christmas Tale to raise vital funds this winter in aid of Shelter Scotland.
Thank you for donating and joining our fight.  Your donation could help make sure that there’s an adviser available when someone is struggling.  They tell people exactly what their rights are, so they can defend their home.  With you by their side, we can keep protecting them.  Together, we can always be there for anyone who needs us.

Donate to Shelter Scotland here: Shelter Scotland Giving Page

Arthur's Christmas Tale Shelter