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Tyneside Baby Club at Tyneside Cinema

Our weekly programme of screenings for the parents and carers of young babies

At Tyneside Baby Club, you can enjoy some of the best new film releases, screened with the lights up a touch and the sound down a little, just for the comfort of your youngster.

Screenings are every other Thursday at 11:30, with some shows on Sundays too, so all the family can come along. 

Please note that only adults with a baby under two years will be admitted.

Tickets are £9.75/£7.75 concessions for each adult attending. Babies are free. 

To make sure there’s plenty of room for you to spread out, tickets to Tyneside Baby Club are limited to around 50 in the Roxy auditorium. Tyneside Baby Club screenings are very popular so we recommend booking in advance if you’re hoping to come.


  • Buggy parking 
  • Baby Change facilities available on floors one, two and three.

Please note that while buggy parking is available, space is limited and therefore we advise bringing a baby carrier or sling instead of a buggy to ensure that we can accommodate you. Breastfeeding is welcome anywhere in the building.

Check out our latest Tyneside Baby Club screenings

Become a member

Tyneside Baby Club is free-to-join. This means that we are able to screen carefully selected films rated as 15, alongside the existing film programme rated U, PG and 12A.

You don't need to be a member of Tyneside Baby Club to attend screenings rated 12A, PG or U - but you must still have a baby aged 2 and under, if you wish to attend. If you wish to attend a Baby Club screening of a film rated 15,then you will need to become a Tyneside Baby Club member.

To become a member, please speak to a member of our Box Office team. You can also submit this enquiry form - please include your child's date of birth in the comments section.

Submit your enquiry

Please submit your enquiry details below and a member of our team will get back in touch.

Alfred Hitchcock season

So good to see classic Hitch back on the big screen.

Jonathan Claytor, Tyneside Cinema