ODEON – Europe’s largest cinema chain – has just announced a new selection of hit films arriving to Silver Cinema, its great value screening series for film fans over the age of 55.
With ticket prices starting from the low cost of just £3.00 per person* and four showings per week, guests of Silver Cinema can relax with like-minded attendees and enjoy some of the latest and best films at reduced prices, with refreshments including tea & biscuits available to all.
Great value tickets for Silver Cinema are available up to four weeks in advance – making them easy to plan ahead for. Guests can find screenings near them at http://www.ODEON.co.uk/silvercinema/
The latest films announced for Silver Cinema include Oscar-winning drama Still Alice (starring Julianne Moore) and World War One epic The Water Diviner (Russell …
My kids have been to the cinema loads this summer. My eldest is off to watch Fantastic Four today and we’ve seen Ant Man and Inside Out too.
So I just wanted to highlight an offer that might be of interest if you have an ODEON nearby.
ODEON Kids is a brand from ODEON cinemas and offers screenings of some of the best kids films of the year for just £2.50 per ticket (for kids and parents/grandparents/friends). They run screenings every morning during the school holidays (and every weekend during term time), so is the perfect affordable activity for the family.
Tickets can be picked up at any branch of ODEON or booked up to 4 weeks in advance from ODEON.co.uk/kids
ODEON Kids also polled the country to find the most influential kids films of …
So Comparethemarket the super cool firm behind the Oleg and Alexsander has come up with a fantastic promotion where you can buy two for one cinema tickets every Tuesday and Wednesday for a year.
You just have to buy some insurance through the site. So this week I bought some UK travel insurance for £1.98 and today I got the opportunity to download my first week’s cinema code. The two for one movies deal runs out on 9 May 2016 for me and even if I just go once, I will save.
Half term is looming, so while sitting the kids in front of a screen is the easy option, here are some ideas for keeping them amused without emptying your purse.
Get crafty with Hobbycraft
In Hobbycraft stores nationwide there will be a range of activity for children to do every day between 11pm and 3pm. The activity in store is free, and includes things such as Foam Shape Decorating, Face Painting, Pom-Pom animals and decorations, Making Sessions and a few others. Find your local store here: http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/storefinder
Cheap films at Vue cinemas
The Vue Kids AM offer which is normally over weekend mornings will be extended during the week days in half term to every morning, in selected Vue cinemas. Tickets cost from just £1.75 for 2D films and from £3 for 3D films, for …