A list of baby friendly cinema sessions, just before the school holidays hit.
With the school holidays taking place in April, the baby friendly movie sessions will also take a break once the term finishes. You can still catch a couple of sessions in the first two weeks of April during term time, however.
If you weren’t aware, Perth has a number of baby-friendly cinema sessions. You can take your baby or toddler to the cinema, and you don’t have to worry about them crying, acting up or running around like crazy little people! You can see the latest blockbusters with your baby in tow. The sound is generally a little quieter than usual and the lights are dimmed for comfort. The price of tickets are usually cheaper and kids under 5 are free!
Do you want to learn how to knit? Or have recently started and would like to meet some new friends to share your creativity with, all while having a good chat? Perth Knitting Club has classes for you.
Here are some tips before you go:
You may not be able to take your pram into the movie theatre, so check with the cinema before you go.
It’s also a good idea to double check that the mums and babies session is actually on before you arrive.
If you do turn up and are told it’s not a mum and baby session, ask to speak to the manager! I turned up to an advertised mums and babies session, only to be told it wasn’t on and charged the full price! After a short chat to the manager and a refund of the difference, off I went into the cinema with my baby.
Grab some popcorn and enjoy!
Image: Dumbo Facebook page
Event Cinemas Website Locations: Innaloo, Morley, Moonlit Cinema Perth, Whitford
Time: Usually the first session of the day, but as session times may vary, please check your local cinema for start times (excluding school holidays)
Wednesday 3 April – Hotel Mumbai
Friday 5 April – Dumbo
Monday 8 April – Dumbo
Wednesday 10 April – Dumbo
Synopsis: After hopping on a bus to Harold Soccer Academy instead of Harold Academy Australian Semester at Sea, science fanatic, Cory Bailey (Sofia Wylie, Andi Mack) has no choice but to complete a semester at the soccer academy when the boat leaves without her and she’s unable to join her parents while they volunteer in remote India.
Though unimpressed with being surrounded by “silly” jocks, it’s not long until Cory embraces her roommates hospitality. It’s also not long until the school’s superstar player, Edie (Tiarnie Coupland, Worst Year Of My Life, Again!, Love Child) begins to make life difficult for Cory. With the school hosting the National Soccer Tournament, Cory is determined to combine her team’s various skills to beat Edie’s team in the finals.
Release Date 25th April
The Chaperone takes place amid the backdrop of the tumultuous times of the early 1920’s. The life of a Kansas woman (Elizabeth McGovern, Downton Abbey) is forever changed when she chaperones a beautiful and talented 15-year-old dancer named Louise Brooks (Haley Lu Richardson, Law & Order) to New York for the summer. One of them is eager to fulfil her destiny of dance and movie stardom; the other hopes to unearth the mysteries of her past.