Reel Bubs are screenings that are tailored to meet the needs of parents and carers including dimmed lights (not total darkness) and reduced sound levels.
Everyone is welcome at our Reel Bubs sessions but please note they are designed to make the cinema experience accessible for parents and carers.
Please note that Reel Bubs sessions are available to book on the Tuesday prior to the session. We don’t restrict the age of children attending these sessions but note that only children under 5 receive free admission.
Please note that Reel Bubs don't run on School Holidays.
January 28 - Penguin Bloom
February 4 - High Ground
February 11 - Wild Mountain Thyme
February 18 - Firestarter
February 25 - Minari
March 4 - Blackbird
Penguin Bloom tells the true story of Sam Bloom, a young mother whose world is turned upside down after a near-fatal accident leaves her unable to walk.
In a bid to save his family, Gutjuk, a young Aboriginal man from Arnhem Land, teams up with ex-soldier Travis to track down the most dangerous warrior in the Territory.
Rosemary is set on winning Anthony’s affections. Stung by his father’s plan to sell his farm in Ireland to his American nephew, Anthony's jolted into pursuing his dreams.
Firestarter marks Bangarra Dance Theatre's 30th anniversary, taking us through Bangarra's birth and spectacular growth into a First Nations cultural powerhouse.
A tender and sweeping story about what roots us, Minari follows a Korean-American family that moves to a tiny Arkansas farm in search of their own American Dream.
A family spanning three generations comes together over a weekend at their country house to be with their terminally ill mother for the last time.
Reel Bubs occurs every Thursday morning. It’s the first session of the day for selected films only.
Tickets are available to purchase before your visit but generally there will be seats available on the morning of the screening.
Tickets to Reel Bubs sessions are $10. Children under 5 are free.
Everyone is welcome at our Reel Bubs sessions. There is no age range and these sessions are designed to make the cinema experience extra-convenient for carers and children. However sessions are open to all public.
The lights are dimmed (never completely dark) and the sound is monitored so that it is not too loud to startle the babies. Parents are free to get up and walk in the aisles or foyer area with baby.
Strollers will be placed in the foyer, as current cinema fire restrictions do not allow the exit doors to be covered. We recommend you bring a baby capsule rather than a stroller.
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