The Jungle Book - Movies For Juniors £1.80 at Cineworld or Odeon kids £1 to £2.50
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The Jungle Book - Movies For Juniors £1.80 at Cineworld or Odeon kids £1 to £2.50

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Found 13th Jun 2016
The Jungle Book only finished its main screenings last week at Odeon and Cineworld but is already on their kids clubs this weekend. Price for Cineworld is cheaper if booked online £1.80 and Odeon are cinema specific but some only charge a £1.
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Does anyone know if it is OK to take a 7 month old baby in to the screening? I can't see anything on the Cineworld website.
popeben

Does anyone know if it is OK to take a 7 month old baby in to the … Does anyone know if it is OK to take a 7 month old baby in to the screening? I can't see anything on the Cineworld website.



​when ive been to the jr showings people have taken babies..and if they cried they took them out until they settled back down
Cheers OP, Fathers Day treat sorted
This film really really impressed me, can't wait for the dvd release. I took my 4yo and she loved it.
this film is amazing, already seen it and loved it, will be going again at that price. the original was not one of my favorites, but I must say disney have done such a good job on this, I actually got quite emotional. It's stunning to look at, great effects and acting, just a classic, LOVE IT
popeben

Does anyone know if it is OK to take a 7 month old baby in to the … Does anyone know if it is OK to take a 7 month old baby in to the screening? I can't see anything on the Cineworld website.



​No don't take a baby,it's a cinema,their noise is an annoyance
They had to put this offer on this weekend when I am on night shift!
Edited by: "rimz790" 13th Jun 2016
popeben

Does anyone know if it is OK to take a 7 month old baby in to the … Does anyone know if it is OK to take a 7 month old baby in to the screening? I can't see anything on the Cineworld website.



Yes you can take a baby I go regularly, lots of people take babies and young children, a little bit of noise is expected as it's purely for the kids, no need to feel uncomfortable taking your little one
lauralou16206

Yes you can take a baby I go regularly, lots of people take babies and … Yes you can take a baby I go regularly, lots of people take babies and young children, a little bit of noise is expected as it's purely for the kids, no need to feel uncomfortable taking your little one



​Erm it's a cinema,noise it's expected. it's movies for juniors not for babies. winds me up people taking noisy babies or allowing kids to do whatever they want. I take my children they sit quietly and watch the film.
thanks..3 kids sorted
Thanks for the replies. Looking forward to seeing it.
Odeon do screenings especially for people with babies.
We went to see this last week and it's absolutley brilliant. The effects are so real, best film we've seen in a long time. My 7 year old son sat glued to the screen throughout .
Thx, will try and get tickets and take my 4 yr old
Thanks will be going this weekend
Thanks, haven't seen this yet
Fantastic thank you just booked for me and my little one.
Excellent film highly recommended
blue1971

​Erm it's a cinema,noise it's expected. it's movies for juniors not for b … ​Erm it's a cinema,noise it's expected. it's movies for juniors not for babies. winds me up people taking noisy babies or allowing kids to do whatever they want. I take my children they sit quietly and watch the film.




I said 'a little bit of noise' no one said anything about allowing there children to run riot, mines 3 and sits quietly most of the time but can get fidgety towards the end it is expected with young children, people are well within their rights to take babies and young children to the cinema, who are you to tell them they can't....
lauralou16206

I said 'a little bit of noise' no one said anything about allowing there … I said 'a little bit of noise' no one said anything about allowing there children to run riot, mines 3 and sits quietly most of the time but can get fidgety towards the end it is expected with young children, people are well within their rights to take babies and young children to the cinema, who are you to tell them they can't....


Erm i'm a paying customer in a cinema who doesn't want to hear noise from people's children OR BABIES,especially as mine can sit there quietly !
lauralou16206

Yes you can take a baby I go regularly, lots of people take babies and … Yes you can take a baby I go regularly, lots of people take babies and young children, a little bit of noise is expected as it's purely for the kids, no need to feel uncomfortable taking your little one



You'll see when you go that you needn't have worried but to be on the safe side taking a baby, I'd recommend taking another adult who can stay with any older kids you might have if you need to take the baby out. As you can see, it's a touchy subject for some people, so to avoid you feeling uncomfortable if the baby gets noisy this gives you the option to calm the little one away from shaking heads etc.
tommyleinen

You'll see when you go that you needn't have worried but to be on the … You'll see when you go that you needn't have worried but to be on the safe side taking a baby, I'd recommend taking another adult who can stay with any older kids you might have if you need to take the baby out. As you can see, it's a touchy subject for some people, so to avoid you feeling uncomfortable if the baby gets noisy this gives you the option to calm the little one away from shaking heads etc.



​Do they do parkinsons screenings?
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