Parent & Baby Screenings

Every Wednesday, 11am (exc. School Holidays)
  • £8.50
    Every Wednesday, 11am (excluding half-term holidays)
    For parents and babies under 12 months
  • Cinema

Join us every Wednesday 11am

Take a break and relax with your little bundles of joy every Wednesday at 11am* to enjoy the latest film releases in the company of other parents and their babies.

Parent and Baby Screenings offer a safe space for you to relax and lose yourself to the big screen. Our friendly cinema team will make adjustments to make your experience comfortable for you and and your baby, with lower volume sound and dimmed lighting throughout the screening. Plus, a complimentary hot drink is included with your ticket!

Upcoming Parent & Baby Screenings:

Wednesday 24 November – Spencer (12A)

Wednesday 1 December – Mothering Sunday (15)

Wednesday 8 December – Pirates (15)

Wednesday 15 December – House of Gucci (15)

Please Note: These screenings are only for parents and guardians attending with children under 12 months. There will be no trailers or adverts – films will start at 11am.

*There are no Parent & Baby screenings during school holidays.

Cinema Mothering Sunday (15)
Today 11am, 2pm; Tomorrow 1pm, 6pm

1hr 50 | AD | On a warm spring day in 1924, house maid Jane finds herself alone on Mother’s Day. Her employers, Mr and Mrs Niven, are out and she has the rare chance to spend an afternoon of abandon with her secret lover, Paul.

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Cinema Pirates (15)
Fri 3pm, 8.30pm; Sat 8.30pm; Sun 8.30pm; Mon 3pm, 6pm; Tue 3pm, 8.30pm + more times

1hr 20 | AD | New Year’s Eve 1999. Cappo, Two Tonne, and Kidda drive across London in a desperate search for tickets for the best millennium party EVER. 

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Cinema House of Gucci (15)

2hr 38 | AD | Inspired by the shocking true story of the family empire behind the fashion label. House of Gucci spans 3 decades of love, betrayal, decadence, revenge and ultimately murder.

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Parent & Baby Screenings

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