Gwyn Hall Kids Club

Kids Club 

Saturdays and Sundays at 11am

All tickets £2.15


Trolls (U)Trolls

1st & 2nd April

Meet the ‘Trolls’, a mismatched group of people with boundless optimism who can break into song and dance at a moment’s notice. But they’re being menaced by the fearsome Bergens. 

The Bergens are pessimistic and dour, and they’re only happy when they’ve been eating trolls. Poppy, the leader of the trolls, and Branch, her polar opposite, must set out on a journey far beyond their world to try and save their people. 

A stellar cast brings the all-singing, all-dancing world of the ‘Trolls’ to life, including Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, James Corden and John Cleese. 

Running Time: 100min

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Moana (PG)KC Moana

22nd & 23rd April

Millennia ago, the greatest mariners in the world sailed the Pacific and charted its islands. But then, their voyages stopped. Now, Polynesian princess ‘Moana’ is undertaking her own adventure. 

She’s a young, spirited, headstrong girl who yearns for adventure, descended from a long line of legendary navigators. Along with Maui, the (self-proclaimed) greatest demigod in all the Pacific islands, she sets out on an epic quest to discover the mysteries of her ancestors. 

Join ‘Moana’ on her voyage across the Pacific, and experience a world of magic and monsters inspired by the mythology of Polynesia. 

Running Time: 120min

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Sing (PG)Sing

25th & 26th March

29th & 30th April

‘Sing’ is the story of Buster Moon, a dapper, down-on-his-luck koala whose theatre has fallen on hard times. In a last-ditch attempt to save it, he organises a singing competition.

It’s open to everyone, and everyone turns up: Rosita, a pig who used to sing but gave it up to have a family; Ash, a punk rock porcupine; and Johnny, a gorilla torn between his family’s criminal gang and his showbiz dreams.

Get up on stage and ‘Sing’ your heart out with an all-star cast including Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson, Reese Witherspoon and Taron Egerton.

Running Time: 120min

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Lego Batman (U)lego batman (1)

8th & 9th April

It’s time to experience Batman’s awesome world in ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’. He has millions of dollars, all the gadgets money can buy, and a sweet (very dark) costume.

Better yet, he gets to spend every night punching evil in the face on the streets of Gotham. But now, to his horror, he has a responsibility – to look after the orphan boy he accidentally adopted. And how better to do that than by taking him on as a sidekick?

Darkness! No parents! The breakout character of ‘The LEGO Movie’ finally gets a film to himself with ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’.

Running Time: 115min

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Monster Trucks (PG)M Trucks

15th & 16th April

Tripp is a student who spends his spare time building ‘Monster Trucks’ from pieces of scrap. But the last thing he expected was to find a monster in his truck.

Whatever it is, it’s smart, friendly and acts as an engine for the truck, letting it go faster and do things that should be impossible. It’s also being hunted down by shadowy forces, and Tripp is the only one who can help it get home. 

Go on the ride of your life with ‘Monster Trucks’, an edge-of-your-seat adventure from the director of ‘Ice Age’. 

Running Time: 115min

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