Odeon Kids screenings and Cineworld Movies for Juniors cinema showings in Kent
Take the family to see The Kid Who Would Be King or Mary Poppins Returns at the cinema for just over £3 a person this Easter.
The films, which were only released a few months ago, have both made it onto the children's cinema club listings for the end-of-term holiday.
Old school magic meets the modern world in The Kid Who Would Be King when schoolboy Alex stumbles across the mythical Sword in the Stone Excalibur. Now the youngster must unite his friends and enemies into a band of knights in order, with the help of Merlin, to take on the wicked enchantress Morgana.
Mary Poppins Returns starring British actress Emily Blunt is a popular sequel to the original Disney classic about the magical nanny who swoops in to help the Banks family.
Both Odeon's Kids and Cineworld's Movies for Juniors reduced-price cinema clubs are screening the family blockbusters where ticket prices start at £2.95 for My Cineworld Plus members and £3.20 for other movie goers.
The Kid Who Would Be King is showing at both Odeon in Maidstone and Chatham in its 10am screening slot until Thursday when it is replaced by Mary Poppins Returns.
At Cineworld in Rochester and Ashford both films are scheduled to be screened across both weeks of the holidays.
- A special screening of the Wizard of Oz is being held in Kent to mark its 80th birthday. To learn more about that click here.