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Go to a parent and baby screening at the Barbican

Go to a parent and baby screening at the Barbican
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How much is it? £6 per adult, plus a booking fee of £1.50 online or nothing if you buy in-person.

What age is it suitable for? 12 months and under.

Where is it? The Barbican Centre.

If you're missing your regular cinema visits or just want to get out and see one of the latest films, Barbican's parent and baby screenings are a great (and cheap) way to catch up. Up to 4 adults can come with one baby (but adults without babies aren't allowed), and you don't need to worry about additional noise, feeding your baby, or the odd bit of crying. There's plenty of space in the buggy park, and you can keep your baby on your lap while watching the film.

They're going to be showing Women Talking, The Inspection, and All Quiet on the Western Front over the next few weeks. You can also subscribe to their newsletter to get updates on upcoming films and dates.

Once you've finished watching your film, you're also welcome to explore the Barbican - unfortunately the conservatory is closed until the end of February but you can still take a look at the brutalist architecture, some of the exhibitions, or just go to one of the cafes for a quick bite to eat.

Find out more

Parent and Baby Screenings | Barbican
Bring along baby for our weekly film screenings of the latest new releases each Monday and Saturday morning.