Bringing Up Baby

Bringing Up Baby


Bringing up Baby screenings are for parents and carers of infants under 12 months. No need to find a babysitter or worry about making noise, we keep some lights on and the sound lower to create a safe and comfortable atmosphere as you watch the latest releases from our regular programme. It's also a good way to meet other carers who happen to be film fans too and enjoy a chat over a free tea or coffee or grab a tasty treat in our welcoming café afterwards.


To register for a FREE BUBClub membership* which allows you to attend these special screenings you can either sign up on the day, or email us: management@phoenixcinema.co.uk with your name, phone number, your baby’s name and their date of birth.


Tickets are £8 and include a free tea or coffee, baby comes free. Every Wednesday term time at 11am. BUBClub screenings are only open to members and no lone adults will be admitted.







Muswell Hill Mums membership holders are eligible for 2-for-1** tickets when attending any of our Bringing Up Baby screenings.


(**two adult tickets for the price of one with the attendance of at least one baby under the age of 12 months)


Muswell Hill Mums provides up-to-date information on events, activities, shops, services and schools for families in and around Muswell Hill. Sign up for your free membership card and take advantage of local promotions and discounts.


*Please note that by joining BUBClub, your attendance at Bringing Up Baby screenings automatically implies that you assume full responsibility for bringing an infant to the film (including films for which children under 15 are normally excluded) and also for looking after the baby while on the premises.


Performances marked in GREEN below are Bringing up Baby screenings


Call Me By Your Name15

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Call Me By Your Name

The new film by Luca Guadagnino ( I Am Love, A Bigger Splash ), a sensual and transcendent tale of first love, based on the acclaimed novel by André Aciman. It’s the summer of 1983 in the north of ...

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Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool15

20171121

Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool

Liverpool, 1979. What starts as a vibrant affair between a legendary femme fatale and her young lover quickly grows into a deeper relationship, with Turner being the one person Gloria allows hersel...

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