Having a baby doesn't mean you now have to miss out on all the latest blockbuster movies.
These special sessions held at various cinemas across London are all geared up to provide a comfortable and relaxing cinema sessions for you and your bub.
With arrangements such as a lower volume, dim lighting and only adults with babies allowed to enter, you can kick back and enjoy the movie with your baby.
The following cinemas all provide special sessions for parents with their babies:
Odeon Cinemas, which are found in a large number of London locations, hold special sessions for parents and babies, called "Newbies". These baby friendly sessions are relaxing and peaceful for parents and can be a way to get plenty of snuggles with your bub whilst watching the latest movies.
See here for all the information and your local session times.
Enjoy the best new films in a relaxing environment with your little one at the Barbican. These sessions are for parents with children 12 months and under and cost only £6 per adult.
Curzon Cinema provide a "Cinema and Baby" experience, which is dedicated to parents with their babies. As well as the lighting and volume levels being more suitable, they also provide change mats and a bottle warmer in the auditorium.
Electric Cinema in Portobello and Shoreditch hold weekly screenings for parents with babies under 1 year old. Each session provides a chilled out vibe for parents, where you can not only enjoy the movie but a complimentary tea or coffee as well as a slice of their Cake of the Day!
For Shoreditch information, see here and for Portobello information, see here.
Every Thursday at 11.30am for just £4.99 Peckhamplex Cinema in South London holds a . Only adults with babies are permitted into these sessions.
Everyman Cinema Baby Club
Everyman Cinemas, which can be found in various locations throughout London, hold weekly Baby Club sessions for parents with babies. Watch the latest movies with softened volume and dim lighting, as well your ticket purchase including a hot drink and a slice of cake.
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