USA 2014. Directed by James Bobin. Starring Ricky Gervais,Ty Burrell, Tina Fey. While on a grand world tour, The Muppets find themselves wrapped into an European jewel-heist caper headed by a Kermit the Frog look-alike and his dastardly sidekick.
Every Saturday at 11am we have a free activity for kids aged 5-10 followed by a film at midday. A maximum of 20 children can attend the activities, so pre-booking through our box office is advised.
Tickets for the film are £2.
Activities start at 11 am sharp so book yourself a place and come and make something cool or win some fabulous prizes!
Read the fantastic reviews written by Kids Club attendees. Fill in one of the review sheets after a film and you’ll be in with the chance of winning a prize!
Kids club can be extremely busy, especially for the newer releases.We strongly advise pre-booking.
Terms and Conditions:
No lone adults.
Friends discount not applicable.
The activity cannot be booked for birthday parties but you are welcome to come and celebrate by watching the film at 12 pm!
A maximum of 3 activity spaces may be booked for the activity per transaction number.
All children attending the workshop must be accompanied by an adult.
Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Phoenix staff cannot be responsible for any child attending Kids Club.
Coming up at Kids Club:
A one-hour schools and families broadcast from the British Museum. Ed Petrie, much-loved presenter of Pompeii Live for schools, and well-known BBC presenter Sonali Shah will present the show. A team of budding young archaeologists finds out what happens to different materials when they get buried for hundreds of years. Also making its debut on the big screen will be a 1,000-year-old Viking poo that was excavated from under a bank in York! Learn about Viking food from Jesper Lynge, a Viking chef from Denmark, who challenges children to a blind taste test of Viking food. The Vikings used birds of prey to hunt, so a peregrine falcon called Moses demonstrates his speed and agility around the Museum’s Great Court. Sonali has a go at minting her own Viking coin and learns the Viking alphabet, while Ed tries a spot of boat building and manages to break up a sword fight! The film will end with an atmospheric Viking burial and boat burning.
ASFF presents an outstanding collection of family friendly shorts from their 2013 festival specially curated for Kid’s Club. These animated films from around the world are funny, touching and suitable for the whole family. Estefan Dir. Jeff Call (Brigham Young University) Estefan is a story about the world’s greatest hairdresser. Faced with his biggest challenge yet, he must please a very demanding client. Failure is simply not an option. Pipkin Dir. Pamela Wyn Shannon (Tiny Elephants LTD) Exploring the relationship between folk memory, landscape and belonging, Pipkin is a short stop-motion animation about a sycamore seed whose destiny depends on which way the winds blow. The Honey Plot Dir. Al Cox (The Arts University at Bournemouth) A bear with a stolen beehive tries to flee his country. Meanwhile, a mob of angry beekeepers in hot pursuit of the bear attempt to stop his getaway. Kapitän Hu (Captain Hu) Dir. Basil Vogt (Trickbüro) After a severe storm Captain Hu finds himself run aground in the Alps. A helpful alpine farmer discovers new uses for his nautical equipment. However, Captain Hu draws the line at that. The Little Red Paper Ship Dir. Aleksandra Zareba (Dragonfly Films) A poetic story about finding courage when facing the big, wide world: one day, the Little Red Paper Ship decides to start a journey that will change his life forever. Stick Dir. Ole Christoffer Haga (Independent) An abandoned dog encounters a friendly stranger on his day off from work. Afraid of losing his new-found friend he gets attached, literally attached, to this man. The Odd Sound Out Dir. Pernille Sihm & Ida Maria Schouw Andreasen (The Animation Workshop) A band of invisible creatures decide to expel a musician whose odd sound is disrupting the mood of their ensemble. Will he ever find a band with room for an odd sound? Out of the Ordinary Dir. Tommy Kinnerup (The Animation Workshop) A man who must to go through the same monotonous office routine to get the promotion he desires, finds that unexpected events force him to open his eyes to something greater. www.asff.co.uk
Belgium, USA and France. Language: English. Directed by Vincent Kesteloot and Ben Stassen. With the voices of Pat Carroll, Kaitlyn Maher and Carlos McCullers. In the sequel to A Turtle's Tale ,turtles Sammy and Ray are captured to be part of an aquarium show, they - together with their new friends - have to hatch a breakout plan.