Every Saturday morning, The Dome Cinema will be showing a children's film rated either a PG or U.
All children under the age of 8yrs must be accompanied by an adult (15yrs+).
ANY ADULT, UNACCOMPANIED BY A CHILD, WILL NOT BE ABLE
TO PURCHASE A TICKET
BIRTHDAY SHOUT-OUT If you are celebrating a birthday at our Saturday Morning Movie, we can wish your child a happy birthday on screen.
Simply email a photo and a message to firstname.lastname@example.org by the Wednesday beforehand.
The message displayed is "Happy xth Birthday to ..." so if you wish for a more personalised message afterwards, please let us know in the email.
Photos should be of as high quality as possible due to the size of the screen, and ideally square (we will crop the images to fit otherwise).
The Griswolds are back in hilarious comedy Vacation - out in cinemas this Friday. The film follows on from the National Lampoon classics and in true Griswold-style, disaster strikes the next generation of the calamitous family as they embark on a cross-country road-trip.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios (or MGM to you and me) and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment are releasing special edition Blu-rays and Blu-ray & DVD collectible box-sets on September 14th, ahead of the November 6th global release of SPECTRE, the 24th James Bond adventure. And the first promo images have jaws dropping.
After Kenneth Branagh's live action take on Cinderella grossed over half a billion dollars at the worldwide box office last year and Maleficent made even more, Disney have invested further into the idea of standalone live action films based on iconic usually animated characters.
First came the news that recent Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne was cast in Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and now it looks like We Need to Talk About Kevin star Ezra Miller was coming onboard as well.
Everybody knew that Jurassic World was going to be a big hit, but the sheer impact of its opening weekend surprised even the most positive of pre-release box office analysts and even the film studio itself.