Family-friendly events in and around Cardiff for the May Day bank holiday and the rest of May


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It’s a bank holiday weekend and amazingly the forecast is good! Here’s what’s going on in and around Cardiff over the weekend, plus plenty of other things happening later on in the month.

I’ve also included selected events happening around the Whitsun May bank holiday at the end of the month and half term so that you can plan ahead – although I’ll be publishing more detailed listings nearer to the time.

Please be aware that all events are subject to change or cancellation so do check ahead to avoid disappointment.

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Main photo – St Fagans National History Museum



Sherman Storytime

Sherman Theatre, Cardiff

Mondays 14 and 21 May; 4 11 18 an 25 June; 2 and 9 July 10.30am-12pm

£3.50 per child

Traditional storytelling, engaging games and activities combine in the Sherman’s weekly activity for under 5s. The cost includes a healthy snack and drink for the youngsters.


Baby and Toddler Tuesdays

Greenmeadow Community Farm, Cwmbran

Every Tuesday from 6 February until 27 November; 10am-5pm

£6.50 adults; £5.40 children 2-16; under 2s free; family 2+3 £23.50

As well as all the usual farm attractions there’s a range of music, craft and outdoor sessions for pre-schoolers (see website for timetable) all included in the regular admission cost. Read our review of what else to expect at Greenmeadow here.


FREE Toddler Time at the Play Lab

Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon

Wednesday 16 May, 1.30pm-2.45pm

A new monthly session in the museum’s Play Lab will see plenty of themed activities and toys for little ones to enjoy as well as a story and rhyme time.


FREE Toddler Time 

National Museum Cardiff

Every Friday during term-time, 1.30pm-4pm

The museum welcomes pre-schoolers every Friday afternoon, with special boxes of toys, games and books hidden in different galleries to help parents and children explore the museum through play. Read our review of a previous  Toddler Time here.


Toddler events

Parc Play, Cardiff

Fridays during May

Adults £1; under 2s £2.50 (free with older sibling); ages 2-3 £4.50; ages 4-12 £6

Friday 4 May – Meet the… Weird and Wonderful exotic animals. Shows at 11am and 1pm

Friday 11 May – Meet the… Meercats and exotic animals. Shows at 11am and 1pm

Friday 18 May – Meet the reptiles. Shows at 11am 1pm and 4pm subject to demand.

Friday 16 March – Closer to Nature activities with RSPB plus face-painting
Friday 23 March – Magic Stu show

Read more about previous toddler events at Parc Play here.


Toddler Day – Fun On The Farm

Techniquest, Cardiff Bay

Friday 4 May, 9.30am-4.30pm

(Plus Friday 8th June – Marvellous Minibeasts and Friday 6 July A Day At The Seaside)

Fun on the farm is the theme this month as Cardiff Bay’s hands-on science centre opens its doors to the pre-schoolers of Cardiff and beyond. As well as more than 100 exhibits, you can expect farm-themed drawing, colouring and crafts, as well as story time and a disco. Under 4s are free, with accompanying adults paying £5.50 entry. Read our review of a previous toddler day here.


FREE Dinky Dragons

Cardiff Story Museum, The Hayes, Cardiff

Friday 11 May, 10am-3pm

The Cardiff Story is a fascinating hands-on exhibition exploring the history of Cardiff. You can read our review here. The monthly Dinky Dragons free family days are great fun, taking place usually on the second Friday of each month, between 10am and 3pm. As well as the usual exhibits and dressing up clothes, there will be toys to play with, detective trails, crafts, messy play and rhyme time and story time at 11am and 1pm.


FREE Toddler Time

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay

Friday 18 May; 22 June; 20 July; 14 September, 11am-2.30pm

Singing dancing playing and creating for pre-schoolers with a special programme of activities for little ones and their parents.


FREE Clore Explorers 

National Museum Cardiff

Saturdays and Sundays during term time, 2pm

Free workshops give families the chance to find out more about objects from the museum and take part in a crafty activity. Read our review of a previous session here.


FREE Family Saturdays

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay

Saturdays, 11am-4pm

Drop in to enjoy some family-friendly arts and crafts in Wales Millennium Centre’s foyer, with a different theme every week.


FREE Super Saturdays

National Roman Legion Museum, Caerleon

Saturdays from, 11am-4pm

Every Saturday, visitors can discover what life was like for a soldier in the Roman army. Visit the reconstructed barrack room and learn more about the weapons and armour, as well as try on some replica armour. Families can also dress up and play games in the Capricorn Centre, a relaxed hands-on area of the museum. Both areas are closed on Sundays but are open during some school holidays. Read our review of the National Roman Legion Museum  plus other Roman sites in Caerleon here.





Awful Auntie

New Theatre, Cardiff

Wednesday 9-Sunday 13 May

Wednesday 7pm; Thursday 10.30am, 1.45pm, 7pm; Friday 10.30am, 7pm; Saturday 2pm, 7pm; Sunday 11am, 3pm

£13.50-£25.50 Running time 1hr 50

This is the world premiere tour of David Walliams’ bestselling children’s novel from Birmingham Stage Company. The stage adaptation of Awful Auntie is an amazing tale of frights, fights and friendship, featuring a very large owl, a very small ghost and a very awful Auntie. When Stella sets off to visit London with her parents, Lord and Lady Saxby, she has no idea her life is in danger. Waking up three months later, only her Aunt Alberta can tell Stella what has happened. But not everything Aunt Alberta tells her turns out to be true and Stella quickly discovers she’s in for the fight of her life against her very own awful auntie!



The Riverfront Newport

Friday 11 and Saturday 12 May, 7.30pm


Ballet Cymru presents a sparkling and refreshing ballet based on the eternal fairy tale with a specially commissioned music score and circus elements combined with classical dance. With choreography by Creative Wales Award winner Darius James, Ballet Cymru brings to life this timeless story using the company’s unique blend of classical technique and storytelling.


Family Concert – BBC National Orchestra of Wales

St David’s Hall Cardiff

Sunday 13 May, 3.00pm

Family ticket 1 adult and 1-2 children £15; 2 adults and 1-4 children £20

A family-friendly concert from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. Discover the incredible sounds of the orchestra through music from the big screen alongside perfect introduction to the Orchestra for all ages. The programme includes John Williams’ Star Wars main title theme; The Simpsons’ Theme plus Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl alongside classics from Mozart, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky.


FREE Junior Conservatoire Foyer Concert

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff

Saturday 19 May, 1.45pm

Free and informal recitals given by the college’s talented junior musicians aged 8-18 in the beautiful surroundings of the foyer.


Lexicon – No Fit State Circus

Big Top Volvo Ocean Stopover, Cardiff Bay

Saturday 26 May-Saturday 9 June

Cardiff’s contemporary circus company presents a daring, seductive and utterly contemporary take on circus for a seated audience in the round. Drawing inspiration from circus history, heritage and traditions the performance excavates underground memories and celebrates the past, present and future of circus.



Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay

Monday 28 May-Saturday 2 June

Tickets from £14; age guidance 8+ (no under 2s)

Starring Nigel Havers, Denis Lawson and Stephen Tompkinson. Art is a phenomenon and one of the most successful plays ever. Having opened in 1996, it took both the West End and Broadway by storm, won Olivier, Tony, Moliere and every other major theatre award, and has been packing in audiences worldwide for more than twenty years. When Serge spends an extortionate amount of money on an all white modernist painting, his close friends Marc and Yvan are baffled. But does their violent reaction to this provocative canvas mirror more dangerous antagonisms towards each other? Yasmina Reza’s dazzling study of friendship, prejudice and tolerance is a masterpiece.


Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

New Theatre, Cardiff

Wednesday 30 May-Sunday 3 June 2018

Wednesday-Saturday 7.00pm; Wednesday-Sunday matinees 2.00pm


Cardiff’s amateur dramatic company Orbit present this stage adaptation of the beloved 1968 film of Ian Fleming’s children’s book. An eccentric inventor, Caractacus Potts sets about restoring an old racing car from a scrap heap with the help of his children Jeremy and Jemima. They soon discover the car has magical properties including the ability to float and take flight. Trouble occurs when the evil Baron Bomburst desires the magic car for himself.


There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

The Riverfront, Newport

Wednesday 30 May at 3pm

£9; family of four £32; ages 2+

The People’s Theatre Company bring one of the world’s best loved nursery rhymes to life to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Pam Adams’ best selling book. This magical show features a feast of sing a long songs, colourful animal characters and heart warming family fun with songs in the show including If You’re Happy and You know It, Incy Wincy Spider and many more.


Tom Thumb

Sherman Theatre, Cardiff

Friday 1-Saturday 2 June

Friday 1.30pm and 4.30pm; Saturday 11.30am and 1.30pm

£9; running time 50 minutes

Tom shows everybody that even though he is small he is still mighty as he outwits his parents and the ogre, protects his brothers, finds the treasure and makes sure they’ll never be hungry again. CBeebies star Patrick Lynch brings this classic story to life in a playful and fascinating show which is performed entirely on and under a kitchen table.


The Snail and the Whale

Sherman Theatre Cardiff

Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 June

Tuesday 4.30pm; Wednesday 10.30am and 4.30pm

£16; under 16s half price

Age guidance 4+; 55 minutes, no interval

The acclaimed Tall Stories theatre company present this stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved book. Longing to see the world, a tiny snail hitches a lift on the tail of a humpback whale. Together they go on an amazing adventure – but when the whale gets beached, how will the snail save him? Follow the tiny snail’s exciting journey, as seen through the eyes of an adventurous young girl and her seafaring father.


Alternative Routes

The Dance House, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay

Thursday 7-Saturday 9 June; 7.30pm

Tickets from £12

National Dance Company Wales anad designers from Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama come together to create four fresh dance works in which design is the beating heart, made by artists who have their finger on the pulse of Cardiff’s creative and collaborative culture.




FREE Wriggle – The Wonderful World of Worms 

National Museum Cardiff 

Until Sunday 3 June 2018

Last chance to see this exhibition which offers a fascinating look into the weird and wonderful world of worms, this has plenty of interactive exhibits, perfect for children. Read our review here. Please note the museum is not open on Mondays.


FREE Women In Focus

National Museum Cardiff

Saturday 5 May 2018-9 June 2019

A year-long exhibition that explores the role of women in photography, both as producers and subjects of images. The exhibition draws on works from the permanent photographic collections at Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales and comprises two parts:

Part One: Women Behind the Lens 5 May-11 November 2018

Part Two: Women in Front of the Lens 1 December 2018-9 June 2019





FREE May Day Celebration

St Fagans National Museum of History Cardiff

Saturday 5 May

May Day has heralded the start of summer for many hundreds of years in Wales with the day marked with merriment, music and the most famous of all the folk dances, the raising of the maypole. Traditional Folk Dancing will take place at 11.30am, 1pm and 2pm (which woll also include the Raising the Maypole).


FREE May Day Pop Up Park

Tacoma Square, Mermaid Quay

Saturday 5-Monday 7 May

Relax in a deckchair, play mini golf, dance around the Maypole and grab a photo on the giant grass sofa. Plus live music from Alice Mee-Bishop (5 May) and Nothing Too Heavy (6 May), as well as the Performing Arts Academy Wales Dancers (7 May).


Paw Patrol

Blaenavon Heritage Railway

Sunday 6-Monday 7 May, 11am-4.40pm

£10 per person – booking essential

Come and see Chase and Marshall at the heritage railway.


Family Fun Days

Bedwellty House, Tredegar

Monday 7 May and Thursday 31 May – Knight of the Galaxy Katag

Tuesday 29 May – Pirate and Mermaid Fun

Wednesday 30 May – Favourite Story Trails wit Louby Lou

Wednesday 30 May – Mini Movers

Thursday 31 May – Gruffalo Themed Messy Play


Jurassic Dinosaurs in the Park

Margam Park, Neath Port Talbot

Bank Holiday Monday 7 May, 10am

Adults £7, children £5 (3s and under free), family (2+2) £23.

Come and meet the life-size T Rex’s with the Safari Rangers: ‘Tiny’ the Steogsaurus, Captain John Voyage and Odysseia the Parasauroliphus. Plus lots more.

Advance online tickets are no longer available. Tickets subject to availability at the kiosk at Margam Park.


Film & Comic Con Cardiff

Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 May, 9am-6pm

£15 from 9am; £8 from 11am Saturday/10am Sunday

Stars from TV film and comics as well as activities including photo shoots with the stars, panels, autograph sessions, Retro Video Gaming, Cosplay Masquerade and hundreds of stalls full of TV and film memorabilia to browse.


29th Tredegar House Folk Festival

Tredegar House, Newport

Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 May, 11am-4pm

A weekend filled with a mix of free dance displays, concerts, ceilidhs, a real ale bar, music sessions, workshops and costumed processions.


FREE Barry RNLI presents A Family Fun Day

Eastern Shelter and Promenade, Barry Island

Saturday 12 May, 12pm-6pm

Games, displays and demonstrations with live Lifeboat sea rescue (subject to crew availability). Sea rowers, model boats and more.


Magic Show

Tacoma Square Mermaid Quay

Sunday 13 May, 12pm-4pm

Tacoma Square

The School of Busking students and master street performer Mario Morris will present up to 10 different street theatre and magic shows.


Monster Jam

Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Saturday 19 May 3pm

Twelve of the world’s most famous Monster Jam trucks, including Monster Jam World Finals® champions Grave Digger® and Max-DTM, will be roaring into Cardiff for an adrenaline charged, non-stop action motorsports spectacular. The trucks stand 12-feet tall and 10-feet wide, sitting atop 66-inch-tall tires and weighing a minimum of 12,000 pounds with their world-class athlete drives navigating the cars to amaze audiences with wheelies, donuts, cross ups and big air stunts as they fly up to 130 feet in distance and up to 35 feet in the air.

Read our review of Monster Jam’s 2016 Cardiff show here.


Family Fun Fest

Hollywood Bowl, The Red Dragon Centre, Cardiff Bay

Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 May, 12pm-4pm

As well as the usual bowling fun the weekend sees extra-special family treats, including face painting glow bowling balloons and treasure hunts


PlaySense Workshop

Cathays Methodist Church, Cardiff

Sunday 20 May 1.15pm-3.15pm and 3.45pm-5.45pm

£10 per child parents/carers free; must be booked in advance

Engaging, stimulating and accessible activities for children with disabilities and additional learning needs. Attendees will engage in different sensory based activities across three separate rooms themed around the ‘touch’ ‘taste’ and ‘listen’ senses. Activities include making sensory bags and musical shakers, cupcake and biscuit decorating and a disco room. Ticket price includes a buffet meal and entry into a price draw. The two sessions will be identical but numbers are limited to ensure group sizes are kept small.


Circus Vegas

Cardiff City Stadium, Sloper Road, Cardiff

Wednesday 23 May-Sunday 3 June

£12 – or get 2 for 1 at any performance by quoting Juggler when you call the box office on 07904428555
Circus Vegas arrives in the UK for its first full British tour. Housed inside its huge stars and stripes big top Circus Vegas merges all the elements of circus with all the glitz, glamour & spectacle that you would imagine when you think Vegas.


Captain Henry Morgan’s Pirate Weekend

Tredegar House, Newport

Saturday 26 May 11am-4pm

Included in normal entry prices; adults £10.40; children £5.20; family £26

Ahoy! Calling all swashbucklers, join us in your best bucaneer costume for a full weekend of fun and sea shanties


Cowbridge Food and Drink Festival 2018

Sunday 27-Monday 28 May, 9.30am-5pm

The best of Welsh food and drink with stalls, demos, activities, games, special offers and more suitable for all the family.


Miniature Railways and Tramways

Heath Model Railway, Heath Park, Cardiff

Sunday 27 and Monday 28 May, 1pm-5pm

A chance for the whole family to ride on miniature steam, diesel and electric trains, plus a tram, as Cardiff Model Engineering Society open their doors. Entry is £1.80 per person and each ride is £1.80 per person. Under 3s are free.


Spy Week

The Royal Mint, Llantrisant

Monday 28 May to Sunday 3 June

Adult £13, Child 5-15 £11 and under 5s free. Family of 4 £38.50

Various spy activities including code breaking, message deciphering and more.


Storm Troopers

The Red Dragon Centre, Cardiff Bay

Bank Holiday Monday 28 May 1pm-4pm

To celebrate the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, two very special visitors from a galaxy far far away will be storming in to The Red Dragon Centre on the bank holiday meeting and greeting visitors throughout the afternoon Meet the Storm Troopers at 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm.


Superstars of Welsh Wrestling 2018

The Riverfront, Newport

Friday 1 June, 7pm

£13 adults; £10 children; family of four £39

Get ready for the glitz, glamour and the high-flying body-slamming action as the international stars of Welsh wrestling battle it out in an evening of action entertainment suitable for the family.


WorldSong Choir

Insole Court, Cardiff

Tuesdays until 22 May; and then 12 June-3 July; 10am-11.30am

£9 drop in; £80 per term

Experience the joy of unaccompanied harmony singing. The group will sing songs from around the world, all taught by ear, using a fun and accessible teaching method designed to help everybody feel relaxed, confident and at ease. This choir is open to all: no special skills or experience are necessary. Babies are welcome – there will be a space for them inside the singing circle.


FREE Volvo Ocean Race Cardiff Stopover Free Festival

Alexandra Head, Cardiff Bay

Sunday 27 May-Sunday 10 June

The Volvo Ocean Race is the ultimate ocean marathon as 66 men and women race around the world’s toughest oceans, covering a distance of 46,000 nautical miles over eight months. For the first time in its history the race will stop in Cardiff, as well as all the racing action the Volvo Ocean Race festival site, called the Race Village, will be located on Cardiff Bay Barrage hosting a variety of entertainment. Highlights include the Globe Cinema, providing an insight into the race and its participants; the Race Boat Experience where you can take a selfie behind the wheel of a replica Volvo Ocean-65 racing yacht; live lunchtime music; National Marine Aquarium Workshops; circus performances and workshops; water sports activities; and the Military Festival of Music (Saturday 2 June).


A Dinosaur Encounter

Cardiff Castle

Tuesday 29, Wednesday 30 May, and Friday 1 June; various timed slots available


A 30 minute session in the Castle’s Undercroft with a close look at the dinosaur models, eggs, and the animals living today who are their direct ancestors. Plus a chance to meet Rex, the baby T-Rex in the Castle grounds.





Roman Weekend

Cardiff Castle

Saturday 12 to Sunday 13 May

Adults £6.50 (£4.50 with a Castle Key) and Children £4.50 (£2.50 with a Castle Key)

Soliders in full authentic costume take over the castle grounds with an impressive display of their military prowess, with drills and demonstrations of their sophisticated weaponry. Chariot racing for children, themed activities and your chance to have a go at launching siege weapons are all part of the weekend action.


Traditional Victorian Fun

Aberdulais Falls Neath Porth Talbot

Saturday 26 May-Sunday 3 June

Usual admission applies; adults £6.50; children £3.25; family £16.25

Experience life as a Victorian family as part of Aberdulais Falls National Trust property’s Women’s Work exhibition. Have a go at making peppermint creams, then see how a Victorian family might have decorated their home with some simple crafts. Try your hand at needlework or cross stitch, dance round the maypole, play a traditional game of hopscotch or see who can win at cup and ball. Plus you can dress up as a Victorian working family.


FREE Behind the Scenes at the Museum

National Museum Cardiff

Saturday 26 May, 10am-4pm

A behind the scenes exploration with the scientists and curators who work in the museum day to day as they explain the busy work that goes on. From cataloguing new species and research into climate change; to mending old paintings and looking after Roman bones, there’s a huge variety of work that goes on preserving the heritage of Wales for future generations. The museum will be running stalls in the main hall for the curators to show off their interesting artefacts and behind the scenes tours into the labs and basements to show you how it’s all done. With hands-on experiments and workshops as well, visitors will get to see what really goes on behind the scenes.


FREE Stickin Gladiators

Caerleon Roman Fortress

Tuesday 29 May to Wednesday 30 May 10am-4pm

£2 per child; entry to the museum is free

Create and customise your own Roman Gladiator using stickers. Children will learn about different gladiators before creating their own unique fighter.





Bank Holiday activities

Mountain View Ranch, Caerphilly Mountain

Saturday 5-Monday 7 May, 9.30am-4.30pm

£6 entry per person age 2+; family of 4 £23, Family of 5 £28

Extra events this bank holiday include a walk with the funny goats; a dragon story hunt plus campfire and marshmallows. You can also explore over 1,000 acres of free-range fun with attractions including a Gruffalo trail; a fairy village; Hobbit houses and a nest of dragon eggs. Plus new for 2018 – The Lost Boys Village and a Unicorn. Read our review here.


Lamb Feeding Weekends

Amelia Trust Farm, Barry

Saturday 5-Monday 7 May 10am 12pm 2pm 4pm

Must be pre-booked; £5 per person in addition to entry costs; ages 3+

Amelia Trust Farm is piloting entrance charges of £1.50 for children over 2 and £2 for adults or family for £5 to support the charity’s work

A hands-on experience bottle feeding baby lambs. Baby lambs take a lot of looking after and, just like human babies, need regular feeds of milk. Unfortunately not all lambs are able to be looked after by their own mums and so need bottle feeding.


Make it Mondays

Dyffryn Gardens Vale of Glamorgan

Bank Holiday Monday 7 May

Event included in normal entry prices: adults £11; children £5.50; family £28

A chance to get crafty and creative at the National Trust property in the Vale of Glamorgan.


Hope Rescue Dog Show

Greenmeadow Community Farm, Cwmbran

Bank Holiday Monday 7 May

£6.50 adults; £5.40 child age 2+; family £23.50 (2+2)

A fun dog show with 12 categories for pooches to enter, culminating in Best in Show. Other farm activities on offer include cuddle corner; milking demonstrations; tractor and trailer ride; pig washing; pond dipping and mini beast hunting.


Bat Walk

Parc Slip Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre, Bridgend

Friday 18 May; 8pm-9.30pm

Suggest donation £2; ages 7+

Come and learn about the fascinating world of bats, the UK’s only flying mammal. We will walk around the reserve at night and use bat detectors to find and identify the bats of Parc Slip.


FREE International Biodiversity Day

St Fagans National Museum of History, Cardiff

Saturday 19 May, 10am-4pm

Join the Museum’s scientists and friends for a day of displays and activities to celebrate the International Day for Biological Diversity.  Explore some of the amazing animals and plants in the Museum’s collections, take part in family-friendly nature-based activities, and discover more about the wildlife on our doorstep with local groups including Cardiff Bat Group, RSPB and Cardiff, Vale and Valleys Beekeepers Association.



I’m focusing on special film events and cheap family screenings at holidays and weekends here, rather than regular cinema screenings.


The Greatest Showman Sing-A-Long

Memo Arts Centre, Barry

Tuesday 29 May 2018; 5:30pm

Adults £6 full, concessions £4 concession, under 16s £3 when booked in advance; £6.50/£4.50/£3/50 on the door

Inspired by the ambition and imagination of P.T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman tells the story of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a mesmerising spectacle that became a worldwide sensation. A show-stopping extravaganza for musical-lovers everywhere The Greatest Showman is back at the Memo due to popular band with this sing-a-long version of the box office smash.


The Wind In The Willows: The Musical

Memo Arts Centre, Barry

Saturday 5 May, 2pm

£9; running time141mins (includes 10mins interval)

Captured live from the London Palladium, this is a cinema screening of The Wind In The Willows, a new stage musical bringing exuberant choreography, a gloriously British score, comedy, heart and thrills. Join Ratty, Badger, Mole and the impulsive Toad as they embark on a series of riotous adventures spiralling from Toad’s insatiable need for speed.


Odeon Kids 

Odeon Cinema, The Red Dragon Centre, Cardiff Bay

The 10am weekend and school holiday showings are £2.50 per person. Films to be announced; films are usually a few months old rather than new releases.


Movies for Juniors

Cineworld, Mary Ann Street, Cardiff

The 10am weekend and school holiday Movies for Juniors showings are just £2 per person. Check online for schedule; films are usually a few months old rather than new releases.


Mini Mornings

Vue Cinema, Millennium Plaza, Cardiff

The 10am weekend and school holiday Movies for Juniors showings are just £2.49 per person. Check online for schedule; films are usually a few months old rather than new releases.


Chapter Arts Centre, Canton, Cardiff

A different family film every week

£4/£3 booked in advance; see website for full listings.


Memo Arts Centre Barry

A selection of family-friendly films at weekends and during school holidays.

Adults £6; concessions £4; under 16s £3 when booked in advance. £6.50/£4.50/£3.50 on the door.


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