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Alert Saturday morning parent

Every Saturday morning Rosie brings out her secret stash of pipe cleaners, glitter, glue, paper plates and other inedibles, in preparation for our Saturday Morning Kids’ Club.

Brilliantly inventive craft activities themed to that day’s film, so the 5-11 year olds can exercise the creative half of their brain, while the adults wake up theirs with a cup of strong Colombian (or a bucks fizz or a bloody mary – or whatever it takes).

Now at an earlier time – 10:30 – because we know that you will have been up since the crack of dawn already!

Spirited Away

Spirited AwayA fantasy adventure film unlike any other, Spirited Away tells the story of Chihiro, a capricious ten-year-old girl who believes the entire world should submit to her every whim.

While en route to a new home, Chihiro and her parents stumble upon a mysterious tunnel, which leads them to a ghostly town. There, the parents greedily devour the buffet in an abandoned restaurant, and unceremoniously turn into pigs as Chihiro looks on. They have unwittingly strayed into the Land of the Spirits, a world inhabited by ancient gods and magical beings who holiday at a giant bathhouse run by the demonic sorceress, Yubaba.

Chihiro finds an ally in the enigmatic Haku, who explains that in order to survive this strange and perilous world, she must make herself useful by working hard at the bathhouse. Chihiro renounces her laziness, her reason, her memories, even her name…

This visionary work from Studio Ghibli and director Miyazaki is a dreamlike fable and an enchanting fairy tale.  Classic fare!

Aladdin

Aladdin is one of the most loved of recent Disney animated features, bringing the classic story of Prince Ali Baba to the screen with state of the art animation, memorable Oscar-winning songs, a barrage of gags courtesy of Robin Williams, who plays the Blue Genie, and an infectious sense of fun throughout.

 

Believe

Set in 1984 Manchester, Believe is a funny and touching fictional tale about the legendary Manchester United football manager, Sir Matt Busby. An act of petty crime by 11 year old Georgie becomes a collision of fate as Sir Matt tracks him down, only to discover that the boy is an extraordinarily gifted footballer and captain of a team of unruly talents.

Having lived with football all his life and survived the tragic 1958 Munich Air Disaster, in which eight of his players were killed, Sir Matt is still committed to continue his work of “training lads for life” and so begins a thrilling adventure as he comes out of retirement to transform a young group of scallywags into a dream team.