Adults Pay Kids Prices with our Family Ticket

Feel like a kid again this summer, or at least be treated like one with our Family ticket!

Simply choose the Family Ticket when booking any suitable film, and everyone pays Kid's prices. 

Not only that, with our family ticket you can also delight the kids with a free beach ball when you see "Spider-Man: Homecoming", "Cars 3", "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" "The Emoji Movie", "Captain Underpants" or "The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature",  between Tuesday 1st August and Thursday 31st August.

Need some inspiration? Check out some of the family favourites we've got coming up below, there's something for the whole family.

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Despicable Me 3 - In cinemas from June 30th

Gru and the Minions are back in ‘Despicable Me 3’, and they’re meeting a new (if slightly familiar) face: Gru’s identical twin brother Dru. Well, almost identical – Dru has hair.

He’s successful, handsome and incredibly wealthy, and fixated on his family’s legacy of being supervillains. He wants Gru’s help, but Gru has left the life of crime behind. Just maybe, though, the promise of one last heist might be too much to resist…  

The smash hit franchise returns with ‘Despicable Me 3’, with Steve Carell once again providing the voice of Gru. And this time, he’s Dru too.

Newsflash - Read all about it

Despicable Me 3 hits the screens on the 30th of June and it's even more despicable than the previous films.

If you want to know how this film will top the incredibley sucessful franchise so far, read all about it in our Despicable article.

Spider-Man: Homecoming - In cinemas from 5th July

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Fresh from helping Tony Stark in the Avengers’ civil war, ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ sees Peter Parker go back to school. Only now, he needs to balance his studying with his super-heroics. 

He wants to be an official Avenger, but despite letting him keep the fancy new suit, Tony still treats him like a kid. So when a new villain emerges, a flying menace called the Vulture, he finally finds an opportunity to prove himself as a superhero worthy of standing alongside Iron Man. 

We’re going back to school for ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’, which sees the web-slinger take his place alongside the Avengers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Newsflash - Read all about it

Fans of the world unite. Your prayers have been heard and Spidey has come home.

With the evocative title pointing out that one of the most beloved super heroes in history is finally taking his rightful place as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this latest outing of the Spider-Man story is finally the one we have been waiting for...

Cars 3 - In cinemas from 14th July

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The turbo-charged franchise returns for ‘Cars 3’, which follows the legendary Lightning McQueen on his greatest challenge yet as he’s blindsided by a new generation of elite racers. 

Pushed out of the sport he loves and damaged in a race, he has to accept that he simply isn’t as fast as his new competitors. But that doesn’t mean he can’t find another way to beat them and once again prove he’s the greatest in the world! 

Head out to the racetrack once more with ‘Cars 3’, featuring the voices of Owen Wilson, Armie Hammer, Nathan Fillion and Kerry Washington.

Captain Underpants - In cinemas from 24th July

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Mr. Krupp is the mean-spirited head teacher at George and Harold’s school. But after they finally get sick of him, they hypnotise him and transform him into ‘Captain Underpants’. 

The Captain is a kind-hearted and elastic-banded superhero that they created for the comic they’re working on, and he’s dedicated to protecting the innocent and punishing evil. While wearing nothing but his underpants and a cape. 

The beloved series of books comes to life on the big screen with ‘Captain Underpants’, with an all-star voice cast including Ed Helms, Jordan Peele and Kevin Hart.

Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets - In cinemas from 2nd August

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‘Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets’ chronicles the adventures of elite spacefaring agents Valerian and Laureline, and their quest to save the incredible city of Alpha. 

It’s a colossal metropolis hanging in space, where for centuries thousands of species from all over the universe have been united. But now a dark and terrible force threatens its safety, and Valerian and Laureline are the only ones standing between Alpha and its total destruction.

Journey into space and experience ‘Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets’, which marks the long-awaited return to grand-scale science fiction for the visionary director of ‘The Fifth Element’.

The Emoji Movie - In cinemas from 4th August

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‘The Emoji Movie’ unlocks the secret world inside our smartphones, where there lives an emoji called Gene who, unlike all the others, has no filter and a multitude of expressions.

In a world where everyone else only has one expression – smiling, sad, or just plain meh – Gene is an outsider, and just wants to be normal like the rest. But when a greater danger threatens the phone, the fate of all emojis rests on Gene’s shoulders.

Journey to the hidden world inside your phone with ‘The Emoji Movie’, starring T.J. Miller, James Corden and Patrick Stewart.

The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature - In cinemas from 11th August

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‘The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature’ sees Surly and the rest of the animals on the search for a new home, and forced to save it from being bulldozed.

When the nut shop explodes, they move to the city park, a beautiful green space with more than enough food for all of them. But when the mayor announces plans to bulldoze it and turn it into an amusement park, it’s time for the animals to fight back!

Reunite with Surly, Buddie and Andie in ‘The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature’, with an all-star voice cast including Will Arnett, Katherine Heigl and Jackie Chan.

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