50+ family-friendly events in and around Cardiff for half term February 2024


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Most schools in Cardiff and surrounding areas break up today ready for half term next week, and as always there’s plenty going on if you’re looking for ideas to entertain your children.

From outdoor adventures, science-themed events, animal encounters, arts and crafts and events to celebrate Chinese New Year, there’s lots going on – and plenty of free events too.

I’ve rounded up everything I can find in this post, but let me know anything I have missed in the comments on my social media channels.

Please note all events are subject to chance and cancellation. Please visit the website of your selected event to check all details and in order to avoid disappointment. Lots of the events must be prebooked.

Events are categorised as follows: Theatre and performance; Events at Museums; Arts, crafts and stories; Family Fun, Outdoors and nature-themed events; Farm parks and animal-themed; Cinema and film-related

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Theatre and performance

The Gruffalo’s Child

New Theatre, Cardiff

Tuesday 13-Thursday 15 February (Tuesday, 1.30pm and 4pm; Wednesday and Thursday 10.30am and 1pm)

£15-£17; age guidance: 3+

Adapted from Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s award-winning picture book, Tall Stories present an enchanting hour of songs, laughs and scary fun for theatregoes aged three and above.

One wild and windy night the Gruffalo’s Child ignores her father’s warnings about the Big Bad Mouse and tiptoes out into the deep dark wood. She follows snowy tracks and encounters mysterious creatures – but the Big Bad Mouse doesn’t really exist… does he?

Feral Monster

Sherman Theatre, Cardiff

Thursday 15-Saturday 24 February

£18-£22, under 25s half price (previews on 15 and 16 February £11, £13, £15)

The Sherman hosts the premiere of a new musical, created by National Theatre Wales with young people in Wales, before it heads across Wales on tour.

Feral Monster is a teenage love story – a contemporary Welsh twist on a long history of musicals about teen lust, love and heartbreak, such as Grease and West Side Story, and with an age guidance of 14+, it’s perfect entertainment for teenagers this half term.

Feral Monster celebrates the story of Jax, an unremarkable teenager, as she/they/whatever navigates love, sexuality, family and the many parts of her loud, opinionated brain. Mashing up grime, R&B, pop and rap, the show is an all-singing, all-dancing rollercoaster ride through adolescence, exploring friendship, mental health, living in rural Wales, middle-class queerness versus working-class queerness, the impact of being abandoned by parents, and second chances. 

Writer Bethan Marlow has developed Feral Monster in close collaboration with teenagers across Wales – from students at Pupil Referral Units in Pembrokeshire to the LGBTQIA+ youth club of GISDA, a young people’s support charity working in Gwynedd.

Also at: Aberystwyth Arts Centre, 29 February-1 March; Pontio, Bangor, 6-7 March; Ffwrnes, Llanelli, 13 March; Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon, 21-22 March

Science Museum – The Live Stage Show

The Riverfront, Newport

Friday 16 February, 2pm

Adults £19, children £18

Join London’s world-renowned Science Museum as they present this new stage production aimed at igniting your curiosity, fuelling your imagination, and inspiring you in new and exciting ways.    

Produced by Mark Thompson Productions in partnership with London’s Science Museum this unmissable family show will ensure to capture the fascination of the whole family whilst learning something new and exciting too.  

Arts, crafts and stories

FREE Artes Mundi Family Drop-in Sessions

National Museum Cardiff

Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 February, 11am-2pm 

Families are invited to celebrate the work of Rushdi Anwar, Alia Farid and Mounira Al Solh in this free drop-in workshop. Create your own artworks inspired by the artists’ work, explore sculpture, textiles and drawing techniques. Aimed at five to 10 year olds, although welcome to all. Wear clothes you don’t mind getting messy.

FREE Half Term Events

Museum of Cardiff, The Hayes, Cardiff

FREE The Twitchers Museum Adventure

Monday 12-Sunday 18 February, 10am-4pm

Join birdwatching detectives The Twitchers and explore the beautiful birds and amazing animals in the Museum of Cardiff this February half-term. The Twitchers Museum Adventure from Kids in Museums and Walker Books celebrates the release of Feather, the fourth book in The Twitchers series from bestselling author MG Leonard. Find the birds and make your own pledge to protect wildlife. Complete the activity sheet to receive your Twitchers sticker.

FREE Story time with Cath Little

Tuesday 13 February, 11am-12pm

Storyteller Cath Little returns to the museum with some enchanting tales about the places and things that we treasure.

Crafty Wednesday

Wednesday 14 February, 11am-3pm

Drop in for creative and crafty fun for all the family.


FREE Family crafts

Newport Museum and Art Gallery

Wednesday 14 February, 11am-3pm

Join community artist Nathan Sheen for free crafts based sessions in the museum’s art gallery and learn to make Danish-inspired woven hearts. Age guidance 3 to 10 year olds.


Draw Your Own Lovespoon

Chepstow Castle

Saturday 1-Sunday 18 February, 10am-3pm

Inclusive in usual entry fee, adults £8.70, children £6.10, family £28.20, under 5s free, free for Cadw members

Celebrate the week of Valentine’s Day by designing and drawing your own lovespoon to give to that special person in your life. Discover the meanings behind the symbols traditionally used in lovespoons and add them to your design, or make your own symbols to create a unique lovespoon drawing.


Half term Workshops from Beth Morris

Beth Morris Workshops

£20 per child

A variety of arts and crafts based workshops for children from 7+, including paper people, Lego art, biscuit art and rainbow houses


Bridgend Children’s Literature Festival

Bryngarw Country Park, Bridgend

Babis Bach – The Snail and the Whale

Sunday 11 February, 2pm, under 2s

Session to introduce babies to music and stories using live instruments such as violin or harp and singing from classically trained musicians. Each bilingual session provides an opportunity to learn key words and phrases in Welsh through song, themed around a popular children’s story. 

Daydreams and Jellybeans

Monday 12 February, 10am, ages 7-12

Poet and current Welsh Children’s Laureate Alex Wharton introduces his poetry collection, Daydreams and Jellybeans, taking participants on a journey to discover the inspirations and techniques that he uses to spark his imagination and curiosity in the natural and human world.

Storytime Fun with Albert the Tortoise and Hugg‘n’Bugg

Monday 12 February, 11.30am, ages 3-7

Author of the very popular Albert the tortoise and Hugg ‘n’ Bugg series of picturebooks Ian Brown brings his storytime fun. Storytelling involving tortoises, dinosaurs, garden bugs, a messy yeti and much more.

Story Cauldron

Monday 12 February, 1.30pmm ages 6-11

Join Tamar to plunge into Wales’s folktales and myths – a world full of magic, witches, wizards, giants, and fairy folk. Learn how to tell a story from memory yourself through playful and energetic games and activities, or have a go at coming up with a brand-new story inspired by some of Wales’s finest folklore.

Creating Characters/Portraiture and Caricatures

Monday 12 February, 3pm

Bilingual TV and radio presenter and children’s author, caricaturist and illustrator Siôn Tomos Owen will guide children through this creative workshop


Tuesday 13 February, 12pm and 2pm, under 5s

A new 45-minute interactive musical for the under 5s. Jump through muddy puddles, go on a wild goose chase and honk as loud as you can with best friends, Sophie, and Goose.

DragonTales (Welsh Myths and Legends)

Thursday 15 February, 11am and 2pm, ages 7-11

Join Skirrid Productions for an epic adventure through the myths and legends of Wales. Traditional stories are brought to life with puppets and masks as you meet a witch, a giant, two dragons and the devil himself – what could possibly go wrong?

Louby Lou’s Storytelling Trail – Little Red Riding Hood

Friday 16 February, 11am and 1.30pn

Little Red Riding Hood is on her way to Grandma’s with a fresh batch of delicious cookies. The problem is, she cannot remember which is the correct path to take. Can you help guide her safely to Granny’s without bumping into someone big and bad along the way?

Ask The Explorer

Saturday 17 February, 1.30pm, ages 4-15

What would you do if you met a deadly snake? Can you hold your breath long enough to catch a fish from the bottom of the sea? What’s the most dangerous animal in the jungle? In Ask The Explorer, real-life jungle adventurer, author and BBC presenter Will Millard will take you with him onto an expedition into the unknown.


Family fun

Half term events

Royal Mint Experience, Llantrisant

Prehistoric pancakes

Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 February

£3.95 per portion, no need to book in advance.

Place, pour, sprinkle or simply devour your pancakes at The Royal Mint Experience this February Half Term! Watch your dinosaur-shaped pancakes get freshly flipped before taking to the decoration station to get your claws on your favourite toppings.

Make Your Own Fossil

Thursday 15 and Friday 16 February

£5 per fossil or free when booked on a tour on the same day.

Head to the immersive event area where the ranger will guide you through making a cast of your favourite dinosaur to capture in time. Discover more about the Stegosaurus, Diplodocus and T-Rex before taking home your very own plaster fossil.

Animal Encounters: Brink of Extinction

Wednesday 14 February

£10 per person

Join A&S Animal Encounters and come face to face with their team of curious creatures who fall on The International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List of threatened species. See, hold and engage with these fascinating animals and discover our part in helping preserve them. Plus take 50% off The Royal Mint Experience guided tour on this date when attending this event.


Half term events

The Red Dragon Centre, Cardiff Bay

FREE Chinese New Year celebrations

Sunday 11 February, 12pm-4pm

Learn about Chinese culture and enjoy a variety of traditional activities hosted by tutors from the Cardiff Confucius Institute, from paper cutting and calligraphy to lantern making and more.

A friendly and charismatic Chinese Lion will also be joining in the celebrations with 20 minute appearances at 12.30pm, 2pm, and 3.30pm.

Half price bowling at Hollywood Bowl

Saturday 10-Sunday 18 February

Bowl before 11am and get 50% off when you use the code FEBFUN50 when booking online at www.hollywoodbowl.co.uk. There’s also a half term treasure hunt with prizes to be won, plus a family meal for £26, including two adult meals, two soft drinks plus onion rings.

FREE Dreamcatcher Craft

Wednesday 14 February, 12pm-4pm

Enjoy a dreamy afternoon this Valentine’s Day and make your very own Lunar New Year dreamcatcher. Hosted by The Makers Guild Craft in the Bay, this free workshop is perfect for children of all ages. No booking required.

FREE Dragon Quest

Thursday 15 February, 11am-4pm

Inspired by the Year of the Dragon, this free pop-in session hosted by Explore Learning includes a colour in dragon by numbers. Can you complete the quest to free the dragon?

FREE Learn Lifesaving Skills

Saturday 17 February, 11am-4pm

Join St John Ambulance Cymru at The Red Dragon Centre to learn lifesaving first aid skills for free. As part of the charity’s Defibruary campaign, members will be running free CPR and defibrillator demonstrations to the public.


FREE Circus takeover

Mermaid Quay, Cardiff Bay

Saturday 10 and Saturday 18 February, 12pm-5pm

The circus is in town with an acrobatastic takeover at Mermaid Quay. Expect spectacular costumes and jaw-dropping skills and take part in the activities themselves at family friendly workshops.

Chinese New Year activities

Parc Play, Cardiff

Saturday 10-Saturday 24 February

Lantern making (Monday to Friday), fortune cookies, Chinese trail, and colouring, plus all the usual indoor and outdoor play at Parc this half term.

Bricklive: Animal Wonders

ICC at the Celtic Manor Newport

Wednesday 14-Saturday 17 February, 10am-6pm

£19 adults, £13.50 children, family £54

Bricklive Animal Wonders is a model trail journeying through the natural world’s most incredible creatures. Come face-to-face with amazing creatures, from an impressive Killer Whale and a pondering Panda to a statuesque Bengal Tiger. Take in the wondrous sights of the animal kingdom with life-sized sculptures of animals from around the world including rhinos, giraffes, gorillas, sharks and even a model elephant standing over 2m tall and 3m long weighing an incredible 1088kg. The fun and interactive experience includes Brick pits, Ninjago and Build Zones, a Graffiti Wall plus an inflatable obstacle course (bookable on the day at £5 for a 20 minute session).


Family activities

Celtic Manor Resort, Newport

Saturday 10-Sunday 25 February

Adventurous kids will love the range of activities at Celtic Manor this half term, with archery, forest nets, high ropes, low ropes and laser combat among the activities available to book. Crafty kids can also book on for Ted’s New Threads, designing a new look for a teddy bear you’ll get to take home, plus there’s a Feathered Friends workshop where you’ll build your own bird feeder and binoculars. See website for dates, times and prices.

Star Tours/Don’t Do This At Home/DNA Decoded

Techniquest, Cardiff Bay

Saturday 10-Saturday 18 February

£2 per person per activity in addition to usual entry

Star Tours (age guidance 7+): Find out more about some familiar constellations, the planets, how stars are born and how they die in this 25 minute digital planetarium show.

Don’t Do This At Home (age guidance 5+). Have you ever thought about making a bazooka from a vacuum cleaner or using your toaster as a hot air balloon? Find out why you shouldn’t put metal in a microwave and what you should never put in your toilet in this live science show of things that you should definitely not try at home.

DNA Decoded (ages 7+): Discover the fundamentals of DNA, unravel its mysteries and understand its significance, through hands on activities in this 45 minute lab workshop.


Half term events

Bewellty House, Tredegar

Dragon Quest with Louby Lou Storytelling

Tuesday 13 February, 11am and 1.30pm

£8.25 per child, age guidance 3+

A great event is taking place in the kingdom, with the royal princess proud to announce that the first ever dragon egg has been found in these magical lands. However, with no experience in how to prepare for when it hatches, the princess needs your help to ensure the kingdom is kept safe and the dragon under control. Set off on a magical storytelling adventure, as you track down the best dragon trainer in the lands, with the help of a brave and noble knight.

Superhero Science

Wednesday 14 February, 11am and 1.30pm

£10.50 per child, age guidance 4+

Delve into the world of Superhero Science. Explore the world of Marvel and DC with a behind the scenes look at the science behind favourite superheroes including: Spiderman, Superman, Elastagirl, Loki, Flash, Antman, Thor, Aquaman, Magneto and Cyclops.


FREE Festivals and Feasts

National Roman Legion Museum, Caerleon

Monday 12-Friday 16 February, 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm

Find out more about festivals and feasts in the Roman world. Become a wealthy Roman – put on a toga and clap for your slave to bring you your favourite dish of dormice (not real dormice!) or find out more about entertainment at a feast.

Make a paper flower garland to wear to the feast or have a go at our trail around the museum about festivals and feasts. You can also download a QR code to give you access to a booklet about Roman recipes to continue your Roman adventure at home.


Outdoors and nature-themed events

Half term nature events

RSPB Newport Wetlands

Minibeast Mayhem

Monday 12-Thursday 15 February

£7 non-members, £5.75 RSPB members

Head out on a bug hunt and find the mysteries hidden beneath the logs and leaves in the Wetland’s woodlands. From the burrowing beetles to the wiggly worms, what will you discover?

Nest Box Building

Wednesday 14 February

£12.75, non-members, £10.35 RSPB members

Learn how to identify birds you may see when you are out walking or in your garden as well as what you can do to help birds that are at risk by building and decorating your own nest box to take home and help the birds in your garden.

Yogi Duck and the Little Chick book signing and watercolour drop-in class

Thursday 15 February, 11am-1pm

Isabel Benavides’ picturebook Yogi Duck and the Little Chick shares the adventures of a little moorhen chick and Yogi Duck. The story’s theme is one of mindfulness and calm… encouraging readers, like its characters, to immerse themselves in the wonderful nature of Newport Wetlands. To celebrate the six month anniversary of its publication Isabel will be spending the day at the Wetlands. As well as getting to know some fabulous characters, there will the opportunity to have your book signed and try your hand at creating your own watercolour art.


Y Mis Bach Bingo

Dyffryn Gardens, Vale of Glamorgan

Saturday 10-Sunday 18 February

Included in admission. Adult £12.10, children £6.10, family £30.30 (Gift Aid price), free for National Trust members

Pick up your bingo sheet on arrival and learn all about what lovely little things happen in the gardens during winter. There’s also a few fun games to learn about nature in the winter.

The Ranch Adventure Family Trail

Mountain View Ranch, Caerphilly

Saturday 10-Sunday 18 February

Adults £8, children 2-3 £8, children 4+ £10 (online advance bookings)

A fresh air fuelled, fun filled family adventure – use your map to navigate around the Ranch, completing actitvies and collecting stamps as you go. Explore and discover two jumping pillows, the adventure play area, pygmy goats, soft archery, double zip wire, The Fairy Forest, Roly Poly Hill, tree houses, The Vomit Comet, The Big Big Swing, Hobbit Hill, and the famous Gruffalo Trail.

Half term activities

Margam Country Park, Port Talbot

Half term crafty fun day

Saturday 10 February, 11am-3pm

Crafts from £4, glitter tattoos £3.50

Paint your own nature/wildlife pottery. Create a nature/wildlife sand bottle or sand pictures various designs available

Dragon science in the park

Sunday 11 February, 10.30am and 12.30pm

£10 per child

Embrace the Chinese New Year and the Year of the Dragon with an exclusive science workshop where curiosity meets tradition! Activities include, Chinese lantern thaumatropes, fireworks in a jar, flying popsicle sticks, dragon ball launcher, dragon puppets, balancing dragons, dragon rockets. Limited spaces, must be booked in advance.

FREE Wildlife Mask Day

Monday 12 February, 11am-3pm

A drop in craft workshop where you can make a mask of one of the animals that live in the Park.

Superhero Science

Tuesday 13 February, 10am, 12.30pm, 2pm (some sessions sold out)

Delve into the world of Superhero Science. Explore the world of Marvel and DC with a behind the scenes look at the science behind some of your favourite superheroes, including Spiderman, Superman, Elastagirl, Loki, Flash, Antman, Thor, Aquaman, Magneto and Cyclops.

Valentines crafty fun day

Wednesday 14 February, 11am-3pm

Crafts from £4, glitter tattoos £3.50

Paint your own love heart pottery or create a sand art love heart bottle or picture.

FREE Secret Agents with Louby Lou’s interactive storytelling

Thursday 15 February, 11am, 1pm and 2.30pm

Can you help the MI5 agents with a top secret mission this half term? Suitable for ages 3 to 8 accompanied by an adult. Meet in the Castle.

Springtime with Zoolab

Thursday 15 February, 11am, 12pm, 1pm

£8 per child

Join Zoolab for a Springtime show about how animals start making the most of the warmer weather. Get up close and hands-on with the likes of giant snails, tarantulas, snakes and more.

FREE Bird feeder day plus wildlife life cycle arts and crafts

Friday 16 February, 11am-3pm

Learn how to make a bird feeder-with the Friends of Margam and take your feeder home to hang in your garden. Plus wildlife life cycle arts and crafts with Swyddog Prosiect Gwreiddiau Gwyllt – visit the craft den and learn about wildlife in Welsh. Suitable for everyone from fluent speakers to brand new speakers.

FREE Robot Day in the Castle

Sunday 18 February, 11am-3pm

Learn to use computers to control Lego robots in this free experience. The Lego Mindstorm Kits being used are part of the Lego Education Solutions for Primary and Secondary Education so for parents and grandparents it is a great chance to get an insight into some of what your children and grandchildren have access to in schools.


Half term at Fonmon

Fonmon Castle, Rhoose

Saturday 10-Sunday 18 February

£7 per person, special half term offer

Explore 350 acres including a dinosaur trail, playground, woodland walks, a medieval farm and house, walled gardens, a new Welsh folklore story trail, a stamp trail, and lots more. Plus archery and axe throwing for £7 extra per person.


Farm parks and animal themed

Half term events

The Meadows Farm Village

Saturday 10-Sunday 18 February

From £5

Farm entry includes seeing the animals, petting with guinea pigs and rabbits and exploring the farm countryside. Additional options are payable on entry.


Lambing Festival and half term events

Cantref Adventure Farm, Brecon

Saturday 10-Sunday 18 February

Adults £12-£14, children 3+ £16-£25

It’s lambing season at Cantref, so your half term visit may coincide with a lamb being born, plus there’s lots of fluffy lambs to meet each day on the farm. Other events include pet handling, sheep-themed craft time, Mr Ev’s show, party games with Mr Ev plus lots of indoor and outdoor play and fun.

Half term events

Amelia Trust Farm, Barry

Animal appreciation day

Wednesday 14 February

£6.50 per person

A day of animal appreciation this Valentine’s. A member of the Animal Care team will be on hand to tell visitors more about the farm’s small animals, including rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, degus and reptiles. Chat to the team and give the animals a groom. The day will also see animal talks at the outdoor paddocks, with he chance to get to know our donkeys, pigs, goats and more. Plus crafts, wildlife spotting, woodland trails, outdoor play and more.  

Be a farmer for a day

See website for dates and times

£39 per child, age guidance 8-12 years old

A full day of fun at the Farm that is perfect for animal enthusiasts to experience life on a Care Farm. Children will spend the day in a small group with one of the Animal Care Team, helping to complete essential tasks around the Farm, including breakfast time for the animals, meeting the pony and donkeys and time with the small animals. 

Down The Rabbit Hole

Saturday 17 February, 10am

£10 per person advance booking

Step into Alice’s magical world of adventures, and enjoy an interactive day out with Alice and friends, with live shows at 11am, 1pm and 2pm, live music at 10am, 12pm and 2.30pm, character appearances throughout the day, interactive quests, games and more. Plus see the animals who live at the farm including donkeys, pigs, goats, alpacas, ferrets, plus visit the gnome trail and outdoor playground.

FREE Meet and feed the alpacas

Pugh’s Garden Village, Radyr

Tuesday 13 February, 10am-12pm

Pugh’s Garden Village, Wenvoe

Thursday 15 February, 10am-12pm

Alpacas from Ty Coppi Adventures will be visiting both Pugh’s Garden Villages this half term, for visitors to meet and feed.


Cinema and film-themed events

The focus here is on independent cinemas, film-related events, and cheaper family screenings rather than the current big releases.

Free family films

Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

Shrek (U)

Saturday 10 February, 11.30am, Wednesday 14 February, 11am

An ogre named Shrek (Mike Myers) finds his precious solitude shattered by an invasion of annoying fairy tale characters, all banished from their kingdom by the evil Lord Farquaad (John Lithgow). Determined to save their home – not to mention his – Shrek cuts a deal with Farquaad and sets out to rescue Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz) to be Farquaad’s bride – discovering her deep, dark secret in the process.

Ratatouille (PG)

Saturday 17 February, 11.15am

Remy, a rat about town Paris, appreciates good food and has quite a sophisticated palate. He would love to become a chef so he can create and enjoy culinary masterpieces to his heart’s delight. When he winds up in the sewer beneath one of Paris’ finest restaurants, the rodent gourmet finds himself ideally placed to realize his dream.


Peppa’s Cinema Party (U)

Memo Arts Centre, Barry

Monday 12-Friday 16 February, 10am

Adults £6, children £5

Celebrate Peppa Pig’s 20th anniversary with 10 never-before-seen episodes. The hour-long screening features the voices of Katy Perry as Ms Leopard and Orlando Bloom as Mr Raccoon in an episode of the three-part Wedding Party story, the whole family can enjoy 10 never-before-seen Peppa Pig episodes, as well as five new songs, and 11 interactive entertainment shorts with Peppa and her friends playing, dancing and singing.

Migration (U)

Memo Arts Centre, Barry

Friday 16-Wednesday 21 February, various screenings

Adults £6, children £5

A family of ducks leave the safety of a New England pond for an adventurous trip to Jamaica. However, their well-laid plans quickly go awry when they get lost and wind up in New York City. The experience soon inspires them to expand their horizons, open themselves up to new friends, and accomplish more than they ever thought possible.

Wonka (PG)

The Riverfront, Newport

Friday 9-Thursday 15 February

£3.50 per ticket

Based on the extraordinary character at the centre of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl’s most iconic children’s book and one of the best-selling children’s books of all time, Wonka tells the wondrous story of how the world’s greatest inventor, magician and chocolate-maker became the beloved Willy Wonka we know today.


Turning Red (PG)

The Riverfront, Newport

Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 February, 11am

£2.50 per ticket

In Turning Red, Mei Lee is a confident, dorky 13-year-old torn between staying her mother’s dutiful daughter and the chaos of adolescence. And as if changes to her interests, relationships, and body weren’t enough, whenever she gets too excited (which for a teenager is practically ALWAYS), she ‘poofs’ into a giant red panda.

Movies for Juniors

Cineworld, Mary Ann Street, Cardiff

The 10am weekend and school holiday Movies for Juniors showings are just £2.50 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 when booked online or £3.49 on the door. Check online for schedule; films are usually a few months old rather than new releases.

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