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Be More Childish With Cineworld
Justin Goff/Goff Photos 20th October, 2018Be More Childish With Cineworld held at Cineworld Greenwich, The O2, London.Here, Denise van OutenCredit: Justin Goff/

Be more childish with Cineworld

With the Cineworld family ticket, adults pay kids’ prices

By Time Out in association with Cineworld

Recent visitors to Cineworld O2 Greenwich found themselves in the middle of a playful paradise, after Denise van Outen and her daughter launched a week of ‘fun in the foyer’, encouraging movie fans to be more childish – and cinema-goers can keep on reaping the rewards now, with kids’-price tickets for adults.

Over half-term, visitors found a cinema foyer that was filled to the brim with games and immersive activities, including a ball pit, a huge floor piano (yep, just like that scene in the classic Tom Hanks flick ‘Big’!), a giant snow globe inspired by Benedict Cumberbatch’s upcoming turn in ‘The Grinch’, a colour wall (co-created by Denise van Outen) and a hopscotch grid leading to the ticket queue. 

Adults pay kids’ prices

The good news is that although the activities have moved on (film fans in Leeds can still get in on the action if they’re quick, as the ‘foyer of fun’ has moved to Cineworld Leeds until November 4), visitors to any Cineworld cinema can still enjoy the benefits of being way more childish, thanks to discounted ticket prices.

Adults can now pay children’s prices for tickets to kids’ movies with the Cineworld family ticket for groups of four, with up to two adults. It’s the perfect way to make movie-going a family affair.



Share the movie magic

To sum up, the Cineworld family ticket is a chance to share the magic, laughter and excitement that only movies can deliver, plus you get to channel your inner eight-year-old without getting told off. This is movie-going for the young and the young at heart.


Tickets can be purchased in cinemas or from


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