UK 1977. Directed by Harley Cokeliss. With Ben Buckton, Keith Jayne and Ronald Pember. Discover a hidden gem of British cinema with this children's Sci-Fi. Two teenage boys try to help a tiny spherical alien get back to its mothership. Made for the Children's Film Foundation, the film was screened at the 2010 Edinburgh Film Festival as part of a retrospective of 16 "rarely seen" British films made between 1967 and 1979, "rediscovered" after a year of detective work by event staff. The Glitterball is now being screened as part of Scalarama, a month-long and nationwide celebration of film.
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:
USA 1996. Directed by Danny DeVito. With Mara Wilson, Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman. Roald Dahl's classic tale comes to the big screen. Matilda, a young genius, uses hidden powers to turn the tables on the adults in her life, with a little help from a kindhearted teacher.
USA, Germany and France 2013. Directed by Reinhard Klooss. With the voices of Kellan Lutz, Spencer Locke and Joe Cappelletti. Tarzan returns to the big screen as he and Jane face a mercenary army dispatched by the evil CEO of Greystoke Energies.
The London International Animation Festival is touring again, bringing you a selection of intelligent and entertaining animations from all around the world.
UK 2014. Directed by Mike Disa. With the voices of Stephen Mangan, Jim Broadbent, Rupert Grint, Ronan Keating and David Tennant. Everyone's favourite postman gets a big screen outing. The veteran postman finds his beliefs challenged after he enters a TV talent show competition.