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Big Scream Week With Bridget Jones’s Baby At Clapham Picturehouse

15 years ago Picturehouse Cinemas started a film club for parents and babies called Big Scream. That same year Renée Zellweger first brought Helen Fielding’s much­loved character Bridget Jones to cinemas.

This month we celebrate both as Bridget Jones’s Baby comes to the Big Scream for a week­long stretch, with a screening every morning for seven days! From Friday 16th September to Thursday 22nd September.

As always all Big Scream ticket holders can claim a free tea/coffee and a brioche. But we’ll also be throwing in some extra goodies as we celebrate 15 years of the much loved Big Scream club.

Book tickets to a Big Scream show of Bridget Jones’s Baby at Clapham Picturehouse

Bridget Jones’s Baby

Twelve years since The Edge Of Reason reprised the incredible success of Bridget Jones’s Diary, Renée Zellweger makes her third appearance as the delightfully ditzy singleton. After splitting up with Mark Darcy (Firth), Bridget finds herself being swept off her feet by a handsome American, Jack Qwant (Dempsey). Then she discovers she’s pregnant. But is it Mark or Jack who is the father? Zellweger’s wonderfully nuanced performance will delight cinema audiences.

Big Scream

At Big Scream club we screen films exclusively for parents with babies under one year old. Enjoy the latest releases from our regular programme accompanied by baby in a safe and comfortable environment.

So no need to find a babysitter or worry about causing a disturbance next time you want to catch up on the movies; this is also a great way to meet other new parents.

Low lights are left on in the auditorium and nappy changing facilities are available.

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