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Where To Take Your Baby To The Cinema In Perth

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by BecSorby (subscribe)
I am a stay at home mum trying to be a freelance writer - or a freelance writer trying to be a stay at home mum. I enjoy getting out and about with my two little girls and am Chief Editor of Perth Mums Group perthmumsgroup.com.au
Published October 26th 2016
Baby-friendly cinemas sessions throughout Perth
How many times have you missed out on the latest blockbusters because you just couldn't find a babysitter? If you didn't already know, there are some cinemas in Perth that will fix this problem for you, and let you take your baby into the cinema.

Yep – baby-friendly cinema sessions for parents and their bubs. Genius! You don't have to worry about feeding your baby, or whether or not they will cry or stink out the entire cinema with a giant poop explosion. The sessions are generally held on weekday mornings, excluding school holidays, and are usually much cheaper than the price you'll pay for regular session tickets. It's a win-win. Here are the cinemas where you will find baby-friendly sessions.

Ace Cinemas – Bub Club
Ace Cinemas in Midland and Rockingham run the Bubs Club every Wednesday morning (excludes school holidays) and charge just $10 for tickets for parents. Ace Cinema loyalty members and Playgroup WA members get an even sweeter deal, with ticket prices just $8. That's $8 to watch the latest movies. Check the website for further details.

Hoyts Prams at the Pix, Ace Bubs Club, Event Bring your Baby, Grand Cinemas Bubs Club, Baby-Friendly Cinemas Perth
Ace Cinemas (pic: Ace Cinemas Facebook.)


Event Cinemas – Bring Your Baby
Event Cinemas are the most generous with their parents and babies sessions, running the Bring Your Baby screenings three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and at various times of the day. Perfect for the ever-changing nap schedules. For even cheaper ticket prices, you can buy five passes for just $40 – great for a movie buff mum or dad. The screenings are held at Innaloo and Morley and for further information, see the website.

Hoyts Prams at the Pix, Ace Bubs Club, Event Bring your Baby, Grand Cinemas Bubs Club, Baby-Friendly Cinemas Perth
Event Cinemas


Grand Cinemas – Bubs Club
Grand Cinemas also have a Bubs Club every Wednesday morning (except school holidays) and have a special deal with Playgroup WA members, who receive cinema tickets for just $6. Grand Cinema Loyalty Members will also only pay $6 and the average Joe Bloggs will pay….a huge $8. The Bubs Club is held at Armadale, Currambine, Joondalup, Warwick and at Cygnet on the first Wednesday of the month. You will find session information a week in advance on the website.

Hoyts Prams at the Pix, Ace Bubs Club, Event Bring your Baby, Grand Cinemas Bubs Club, Baby-Friendly Cinemas Perth
Grand Cinemas


Hoyts – Prams At The Pix
Hoyts run their Prams at the Pix cinema sessions on Wednesdays (not during school holidays) and tickets are $11 per person. The sessions are held at Carousel, Garden City, Millennium and Southlands. Session information is usually updated on the website around a week in advance.

hoyts Prams at the Pix, Ace Bubs Club, Event Bring your Baby, Grand Cinemas Bubs Club, Baby-Friendly Cinemas Perth
Hoyts Prams at the Pix


So pack up all your necessary belongings, grab your baby and your pram and disappear from reality for a couple of hours. This is one of the few times you can get away with taking a crying or noisy, babbling baby to the cinema, so take advantage.
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Why? No need for a baby sitter – take your baby to the cinema.
When: Usually weekday mornings
Where: Hoyts, Ace, Event, Grand Cinemas
Cost: Between $6 and $11
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