Get ready to celebrate Easter at Ealing Picturehouse!

Get ready to celebrate Easter at Ealing Picturehouse! From Good Friday (29 March) the cinema will be going all out for the school holidays, with new lower prices for families, incredible films, and a whole host of special events.

The whole family can watch films for less at Ealing’s newest cinema with a reduced price Family Ticket – now just £30 for four tickets. With new releases like Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire and Kung Fu Panda 4 playing across the Easter break, there’s never been a better time to introduce your little ones to the magic of cinema.

What’s more, come and see Kung Fu Panda 4 on Easter Monday (1 April), and say hello to Po the Dragon Warrior himself! Ready to meet and greet all families watching the film (with plenty of opportunity for photos), Po will be making 5 scheduled appearances throughout the day for 30 minutes before screenings of the film, between 10.30am and 4pm. Pop down and make your trip to Ealing Picturehouse one to remember!

Heading to the cinema by car? There’s even more to be saved with free parking at Dickens Yard Car Park from Fri 28 March. Just ask in the cinema to claim your 4 hours of parking for free (first come first served) across the whole of the Easter holidays.

That’s not all! Ealing Picturehouse’s Saturday morning Kid’s Club will run for the whole of the Easter holidays – see Peter Rabbit or Disney Pixar’s Soul for just £3.30 a ticket.

Ealing Picturehouse is also introducing their first ever dog-friendly screening, where owners and their four-legged friends can see Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire at 11am on Sunday 7 April.

And there’s not just films to enjoy at the cinema, our fully stocked cafe and bar will be open and serving a brand new kid’s offering, including a lunch box and a snack box to keep them going – with prices starting from just £3.95. There will also be plenty of family-friendly activities and competitions happening throughout the break, so stay tuned to our social channels for further info.

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