10 places to watch cheap kids’ movies in West Yorkshire

Find the best places in West Yorkshire to see cheap kids’ movies!

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There are some fabulous places to watch cheap kids movies in West Yorkshire.  At the Hebden Bridge Picture House the price of Parent and Baby films includes a cup of tea, while Rex Cinema in Leeds offers an interval and ice cream.  And the best part?  If you go at the right time, tickets will cost you less than a a fancy cup of coffee.  With lots of help from the community from the Yorkshire Tots Facebook page, we’ve put together 10 places to watch cheap kids films from Wakefield to Elland.

1. Hyde and Seek at Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds

Where: 73 Brudenell Rd, Leeds, LS6 1JD

When:  Every Saturday and selected Sunday mornings

Cost: £1.50 for kids and £5 for adults

Parking: For places to park around the cinema see this link

More:  Dubbed ‘the cosiest cinema in Leeds’, the Hyde Park Picture House is beautifully restored Victorian cinema which has been open since 1914.

Hyde Park Picture House hosts Autism Friendly Screenings on the third Sunday of every month at 11am.   The screenings have raised levels of lighting and customers are free to move freely around the cinema.

For more information visit Hyde Park Picture House

2. The Vue Mini Mornings at Kirkstall Road, Leeds

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Where: Kirkstall Road, Leeds, LS4 2DG

When:  Every Saturday and Sunday morning as well as school holidays.

Cost:  £2.49 per ticket

Parking: Lots of free parking in the Cardigan Fields Leisure Park where the Vue is located.

More:  The Vue Cinema on Kirkstall road is located next to Rosie’s Diner.  You might want to stop by for a treat after the show.  If you’re lucky you can eat your meal in the big yellow school bus.

For more information visit Mini Mornings.

3. The Vue Mini Mornings at The Light, Leeds

Where: The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 8TL

When:  Every Saturday and Sunday morning as well as school holidays.

Cost:  £2.49 per ticket

Parking: There is a pay car park attached to The Light.

More:  The Vue Cinema is located in The Light shopping centre in Leeds City Centre.  If you’re looking to catch a meal before or after the film there are lots of options.

For more information visit Mini Mornings.

4. Family Matinees at Rex Cinema, Elland

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Where: Coronation Street, Elland,  HX5 0DF

When: Saturday and Sunday afternoons and daily during school holidays.  

Cost: £5.50 for adults, £4.50 for kids

Parking:  On street and paid parking nearby.  For more information see this link.

More: The Rex Cinema is one of the oldest cinemas in the UK.  It has recently been refitted with new seats.   The cinema still has an interval during the film – perfect for toilet and snack breaks for young viewers. Rex Cinema also offers very reasonably priced snacks!

Leigh Edmonson says, “(It’s a) good old fashioned cinema. The kids love the interval as they get ice cream and it breaks it up nicely for the littler ones. You could even call in at Dobson’s sweet shop, the home of the Yorkshire Mixture (and sweets in jars along one wall), as it’s round the corner.” 

For more information see this website.

5. Cottage Road Cinema, Headingly

Where: Headingley, Leeds, LS6 4DD

When: Saturdays 

Cost: £7.00 adults, £5.00 kids

Parking:  On street and paid parking nearby.  For more information see this link.

More: The Cottage Road Cinema is and independently run cinema and one of the the oldest cinemas in Leeds. They often show family friendly films on a Saturday.

Be aware that Cottage Road Cinema does not have wheel chair access or disabled toilets.

For more information see this link.

6. Odeon Kids Leeds/Bradford

Where: Gallagher Leisure Park, Bradford BD3 7AT

When: Saturday and Sunday morning

Cost:  £4.25 for both adults and kids

Parking: There is lots of free parking in Gallagher Leisure Park where the cinema is located.

More: Films change every six to eight weeks.  There are no online booking fees.

For more information visit Odeon Kids.

7. Odeon Kids Huddersfield

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Where: Galpharm Stadium, Bradley Mills Rd, Huddersfield HD1 6PG

When: Saturday and Sunday mornings

Cost:  £4.25 for both adults and kids

Parking: There is free parking is available at the cinema but as the cinema is located closed to John Smiths Stadium it is advisable to leave extra time on match days.

More: Films change every six to eight weeks.  There are no online booking fees.

For more information visit Odeon Kids.

8. Movies for Juniors Cineworld, Wakefield

Where: Westgate Retail and Leisure Park, Colinsway, Off Charlesworth Way, Wakefield WF2 9SH

When: Saturday and Sunday mornings and school holidays

Cost: £3.20 for adults and kids

Parking: Free Parking is available nearby the cinema for 3 hours for customers arriving before 11.00am and 6 hours free parking for customers arriving after 11.00am.

More: For more information visit Cineworld Movies for Juniors.

9. Movies for Juniors Cineworld at Xcape, Castleford

Where: Colorado Way, Castleford WF10 4TA

When: Saturday and Sunday morning and school holidays

Cost: £3.20 for adults and kids

Parking:Lots of free parking.

More: Cineworld Castleford is located in Xcape Yorkshire where you can find rock climbing walls, an indoor skateboard park, 4D golf course, Laserzone, bowling, an adventure golf course and 17 bars and restaurants.

For more information visit Cineworld Movies for Juniors.

10. Parent and Baby at Hebden Bridge Picture House, Hebden Bridge

Where: New Rd, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8AD

When: One Tuesday moring a month

Cost: £6.00 for adults, only adults with babies/young children will be admitted.

Parking:  On street and paid parking nearby.  For more information see this link.

More: Parent and Baby tickets include a free tea or coffee or glass of squash.

Hebden Bridge Picture house also offers a Family of Three Ticket Special of £15 for showings of their regular films (£5 for each additional child).

Alison Ackroyd says, “Hebden Bridge Picture House is a lovely place to go and after the Boxing Day floods they have managed to reopen the balcony so we don’t miss any films! Plus, as a parent having to endure some children’s films, you can’t beat a brew in a proper mug!”

For more information see this link.

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