Parent and Baby Screenings
We don't have any Parent and Baby Screenings scheduled at the moment, but we're really looking forward to welcoming back all parents and babies in 2021.
Check back for more details soon.
Parent & Baby Screening: Sorry To Bother You (15)
Following a critically acclaimed world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Boots Riley's absurdist dark comedy tells the tale of a surreal alternate reality that reveals a lot about our own.
Parent & Baby Screening: The Glass Castle (12A)
Four siblings must learn to look after themselves as they grow up with their difficult parents, in this adaptation based on the bestselling memoir by former New York columnist Jeannette Walls.
Parent & Baby Screening: Blade Runner 2049 (15)
Set several decades after the 1982 original, a new blade runner discovers a long-buried secret that has the potential to send what's left of society into complete chaos.
Parent & Baby Screening: The Party (15)
A group of old friends gather for a bumpy night of explosive revelations in this short sharp comedy.
Parent & Baby Screening: The Death of Stalin (15)
Award-winning satirist Armando Iannucci turns his barbed wit on the soviet functionaries scrabbling around in the days surrounding Joseph Stalin's death in 1953 in this pitch-black comedy.
Parent & Baby Screening: Call Me by Your Name (15)
Luca Guadagnino (A Bigger Splash, I Am Love) returns with this utterly beautiful romance following the relationship between 17 year-old Elio and doctoral student Oliver over a shimmering summer.
Parent & Baby Screening: Murder on the Orient Express (12A)
Kenneth Branagh brings Agatha Christie's ever-popular whodunnit back to the big screen in this star-studded adaptation of the murder mystery classic.
Parent & Baby Screening: The Florida Project (15)
Sean Baker follows his breakout indie hit, Tangerine, with another portrait of the under-seen fringes of American life. This time he creates a vivid picture of life beneath the poverty line.
Parent & Baby: Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool (15)
Paul McGuigan adapts Peter Turner's memoir to reveal Turner's remarkable love affair with Hollywood actress Gloria Grahame in the 1970s.
Parent & Baby Screening: Battle of the Sexes (12A)
Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carrell) go head to head in the legendary 1973 match that changed how the world viewed women's tennis.
Coffee & Cake Offer
Parent and Baby ticket holders are entitled to an exclusive offer at our Cinema Cafe and Bar in the Cinema 2/3 foyer; a hot drink and a cake for just £3.50*. Before, during and after the film.
*applies to selected cakes only
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Barbican Cinema 3
Barbican Cinema 2 & 3 are located on Beech Street, a short walk from the Barbican’s Silk Street entrance. From Silk Street, you’ll see a zebra crossing that will take you across the road to the venue.
The Barbican is widely accessible by bus, tube, train and by foot or bicycle. Plan your journey and find more route information in ‘Your Visit’ or book your car parking space in advance.
Cinemas 2 & 3 are located at Beech Street, a short walk from the Barbican Centre’s main Silk Street entrance. There are a couple of steep, dropped kerbs and an incline to negotiate between the two sites. Level access from Beech Street.
Each auditorium has three permanent wheelchair spaces (two in the third row and one in the front row) and 153 fixed seats with capacity for a further three spaces in the front row. Access to each auditorium is up a ramp. There are also a number of seats with step-free access.
Assistance dogs may be taken into the cinema – please tell us when booking to ensure your seat has enough space. If you prefer, you may leave your dog with a member of the foyer staff during the performance.
An infrared system for hard of hearing customers is provided in each auditorium; headsets or neck loops can be collected from foyer staff. The ticket desk counter is fitted with an induction loop.
For more access information, please visit our Accessibility section.