About Cinema Bambino: May December (15)
A film club for parents and carers with babies, aged up to and including 18 months. A chance to socialise and enjoy a worry-free film experience. You don't have to worry about who you or your baby disturbs - everyone is in it together!
Tickets £5, Bambino free.
- Free pre-show tea or coffee
- Parking area for prams and buggies
- Car seats can be brought into the Auditorium
- Baby changing facilities
- Breast or Bottle Feeding anywhere in The Theatre
How it works
- Adults may only attend when accompanying a child of up to 18 months.
- The adult may be a parent or guardian, including friends and relatives of the child.
- The adult accompanying the child may bring up to two friends to be paid for at the adult rate.
- Elder siblings may only be admitted in accordance with the BBFC film certification.
- Children aged between 18 months and 2 years will need a free ticket
- Children aged 2 and over will need a ticket, charged at the standard price.
Twenty years after their notorious tabloid romance gripped the nation, Gracie Atherton-Yu and her husband Joe (twenty-three years her junior) brace themselves for their twins to graduate from high school. When Hollywood actress Elizabeth Berry comes to spend time with the family to better understand Gracie, who she will be playing in a film, family dynamics unravel under the pressure of the outside gaze. Joe, never having processed what happened in his youth, starts to confront the reality of life as an empty-nester at thirty-six. And as Elizabeth and Gracie study each other, the similarities and differences between the two women begin to ebb and flow. Set in picturesque and comfortable Camden, Maine, May December is an exploration of truth, storytelling, and the difficulties (or impossibility) of fully understanding another person.
Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman are brilliant in Todd Haynes’s disturbing Hollywood tale about consent, denial and exploitation