Movies for Juniors New Season only £1.50 pp @ Empire Cinema (Early Man / Peter Rabbit / Sherlock Gnomes / Mary & The Witch’s  Flower / Duck Duck Goose / Ferdinand / The Giant Pear + more)
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Movies for Juniors New Season only £1.50 pp @ Empire Cinema (Early Man / Peter Rabbit / Sherlock Gnomes / Mary & The Witch’s Flower / Duck Duck Goose / Ferdinand / The Giant Pear + more)

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Refreshed 26th Jul (Posted 17th Jul)Expires on 09/09/2018
Fab selection of family films for the new Juniors Season (Now to early September) at Empire. Really cheap way to entertain the kids over the summer holidays.
There's also the excellent Anime "Mary & The Witch’s Flower".
Bring the whole family to Empire Jnrs. With tickets at pocket money prices for some of the greatest classic family films and recent releases every Saturday and Sunday morning at Empire Cinemas nationwide, this truly is an offer that's too good to miss.
Dates and times vary so you'll need to click on your nearest cinema to view the Season' timetable for your particular cinema. You need to select your local Empire for your 'Season' by selecting "CLICK ON YOUR LOCAL CINEMA TO DOWNLOAD THECURRENT EMPIRE JNRS SEASON LEAFLET"

Tickets are a quid fifty each for kids and parents, but if you book online there is a booking fee; but if you book online you do get to choose your seat, so swings and roundabouts
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corin.gillingham2 h, 10 m ago

Not Peter Rabbit! It's a disgrace to the original Author!



No. Of course it's nothing like the original books. That wouldn't really appeal to kids in 2018 i.e if they made a direct adaptation. What they did though was make a good kids / family film.
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Some great films there. Thanks for posting
Boz2 m ago

Some great films there. Thanks for posting


Not Peter Rabbit! It's a disgrace to the original Author!
corin.gillingham2 h, 10 m ago

Not Peter Rabbit! It's a disgrace to the original Author!



No. Of course it's nothing like the original books. That wouldn't really appeal to kids in 2018 i.e if they made a direct adaptation. What they did though was make a good kids / family film.
Good deal, I think it’s only 2 films available each weekend though. Just a heads up. Oh and it’s 0.70p PP when booking online for those who are wondering. I don’t think any of these are recent releases but for £1.50 heat is defo added
Thanks OP. Took my son to watch Peter rabbit this morning. Only cost £1 each!
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