The Little Theatre Cinema in Bath has relaunched its Toddler Time screening, which are exclusively for preschool children and their parents or carers to enjoy every Tuesday in Screen 2 at 11am.

The first showing will be the The Snail and the Whale on 22 June.The Snail and the Whale follows the amazing journey of a tiny snail who longs to see the world and hitches a ride on the tail of a friendly humpback whale. A joyous, empowering story about the natural wonders of the world and discovering that no matter how small you are, you can make a difference.

Exclusively for parents or carers with babies under the age of one, Big Scream is on Screen 1 on Wednesdays 10.45am. Big Scream allows new parents to see the latest film on the big screen, with the lights left on low to allow them to see if they need to change or feed the babies, as well as the volume being kept low to try not to disturb the babies. The first screening back will be the musical sensation In The Heights and will take place on Thursday 24 June.
 

In The Heights, the Big Scream presentation on 24 June

Kids’ Club, meanwhile, is exclusively for children and their parents or carers, and is a great way to introduce kids to the cinema, with a mixture of old and new films being shown every Saturday at 10.30am. Unaccompanied adults are not admitted. This Saturday, it’s the Studio Ghibli family favourite My Neighbour Totoro. The story follows Satsuki and Mei, two young girls who find their new home is by a mystical forest inhabited by a menagerie of fantastical creatures called Totoros. They befriend O-Totoro, the biggest and eldest of them, and king of the forest. While the girls’ mother lies sick in hospital, O-Totoro takes them on a magical adventure and helps them to understand the realities of life. Containing a powerful ecological theme, this is a lovingly crafted work of depth, import and beauty.


My Neighbour Totoro, showing this Saturday at the Kids’ Club

Tickets can be booked at the Box Office or online https://www.picturehouses.com/cinema/little-theatre-cinema