Luna Kids Cinema An outdoor cinema festival that will show three kids movies a day is a sure fire way to keep your children entertained during the holidays.
Luna Kids Cinema will showcase classic children’s movies as well as some new ones to combine watching a screen and getting some fresh air.
Families can choose from a huge variety of films including this year’s biggest releases, from The Lego Movie 2 to Disney’s highly anticipated live-action remakes Dumbo and Aladdin.
There will also be screenings of family favourites, from Mary Poppins Returns and Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse to classics such as The Little Mermaid and Moana.
Other highlights include the smash hit The Incredibles 2, Finding Dory and sing-along extravaganza, The Greatest Showman.
This year, Peppa Pig will be making a big splash at Luna Kids Cinema when the first ever UK open-air screening of Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun is shown.
George Wood, founder of The Luna Cinema, said: “We’re so excited to be bringing back Luna Kids Cinema after such a successful first run last summer.
This year has been another incredible year for family-friendly cinema, with the release of some truly brilliant films.
“We’re also thrilled to be bringing The Gruffalo back to the Luna Kids screen alongside the first ever open-air outing for everyone’s favourite dragon, Zog!
With Disney’s upcoming releases joining the programme, it’s shaping up to be a pretty special summer of outdoor cinema for films fans, no matter their age.
“Once again, we’ve chosen some of the most unique settings across the country for the Luna Kids tour so no matter where you live you should be able to get to a Luna Kids screening this summer.
“We know that going to the cinema with babies and children can sometimes be a bit of a challenge, and that is why the Luna Kids Cinema experience is so different.
We’ve hopefully thought of all the little touches to make the experience as hassle free as possible for the adults and as much fun as possible for the kids.”
Luna Kids Cinema, Dulwich Park, May 25 to June 2;
Visit www.lunakidscinema.com for more.
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