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Image: The Death of Stalin

Screenings for parents/carers with babies under 12 months

Cinébabies is a weekly daytime screening of one of the current films in the programme specifically for parents/carers with babies under 12 months.

Cinébabies enables parents/carers to see the latest releases in the safe knowledge that their babies can cry, play and babble without worrying other cinema-goers. We provide a safe buggy park, nappy changing facilities and a bottle warming service. Watershed is completely accessible, with a passenger lift to the first floor.

Please Note: Cinébabies is open to parents/carers accompanied by babies under 12 months and at present online booking is not available for Cinébabies screenings. You can book your tickets by calling Box Office on (0117) 927 5100 or in person during Box Office hours.

Please Note: Due to the popularity of the Cinébabies' screenings sometimes the limited availability of space for buggy parking can result in us having to restrict the number of buggies we can accommodate. We would highly recommend that you call and book your tickets in advance to ensure that you are not disappointed.

If you have any comments, requests or ideas about Cinébabies please email cinebabies@watershed.co.uk or contact Box Office on 0117 927 5100.

Upcoming Cinébabies Screenings
Based on the graphic novel by Fabien Nury, writer/director Armando Iannucci (The Thick of It, In The Loop) is in his element with this acerbic send-up of the Soviet dictator and his band of scheming bootlicks who vie for power after his sudden demise.

Read More - The Death of Stalin

This gorgeous and moving adaptation of André Acriman's acclaimed novel, directed by Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash), is a sun-kissed queer love story about the relationship between a 17-year-old and an older man.

Read More - Call Me By Your Name

Director Yorgos Lanthimos (director of Bristol favourite The Lobster) returns with another wildly original, deliciously twisted film - an astonishing mix of Greek tragedy, surrealism and supernatural thriller starring Colin Farrell as a surgeon whose relationship with a teenage boy turns very strange indeed.

Read More - The Killing of a Sacred Deer

Sean Baker follows up his incredible iPhone-shot hit Tangerine with another visionary take on the wild ups and dangerous downs of life in America's underbelly, this time focusing on a spirited six year old's carefree summer juxtaposed with the harsh realities of the adults in her orbit.

Read More - The Florida Project

Annette Bening and Jamie Bell vividly bring to life the intense love story between Hollywood icon Gloria Grahame and her much younger lover Peter Turner is this bracingly romantic film.

Read More - Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

George Clooney is back in the director's chair for a wildly entertaining, deliciously dark satire co-scripted by the Coen Brothers set in 1957 that is unsettlingly pertinent to the present day.

Read More - Suburbicon