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Wolfwalkers (PG)

Family Film Club

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We're delighted to welcome you back to the cinema with one of the most beautiful animations in recent years, from the makers of Song of the Sea and Secret of the Kells

This new adventure follows young aspiring hunter, Robyn (Honor Kneafsey), who follows in the footsteps of her hunter father Bill (Sean Bean) in 17th century Ireland. 

One day, Robyn follows her father into the woods and discovers that the legend spoken in town of the infamous wolfwalkers is true...

Oscar-nominated for Best Animated Feature this year, this gorgeous, almost entirely hand-drawn film deserves to be seen on the big screen. 

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Ireland/Luxembourg/France/US 2020 Dir Tomm Moore Ross Stewart 103 min

Adults can only come if they’re bringing a child, and children can only come along if accompanied by an adult. If you’re over 18, we’re afraid being a ‘big kid’ doesn’t count.

Booking is essential. Unless or until guidance changes, six people or two households of any size can visit together as a group, so we’ve created socially-distanced clusters. Please only sit directly beside someone from your household or support bubble, and avoid moving seats when you arrive, so we can keep a safe distance between you and other groups.

All audience members over 12 years old need to wear a mask for the whole event (apart from if excempt or when eating and/or drinking).

Before the film, the Cinema Café will be open serving food and drink, although the cinema foyer seating area won’t be available at the moment, to allow for social distancing.

Barbican Cinema has been supported by the Culture Recovery Fund for Independent Cinemas in England which is administered by the BFI, as part of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund supporting arts and cultural organisations in England affected by the impact of Covid-19. #HereForCulture.

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