Treat yourself to some time in front of the big screen with other Parents & Bubs. Cinemas are lightly lit so you can see the action and keep an eye on the little ones.
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Event Cinemas Marion and now also showing in Gold Class!
Check website for upcoming movies and times.
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