20 August 2012

Instead of the usual Kids' Club, we are excited to be welcoming the CBBFC to deliver their fun interactive workshop Close-Up Classification at 11am on Saturday. 

Children will find out all about why some films are cut, how our views on what we should and shouldn't watch have changed over the last 100 years and how decisions are made now. Participants will be asked to vote and classify films themselves thinking about issues that could crop up for the BBFC.  

The morning will include clips from cartoons, trailers and recent films offering up a different way of looking at film for children. Is Snow White scary? Can Cars really be hurt? What happens when Puss in Boots is cheeky? Do happy endings help? 

Annual membership for Kids' Club cost £4, then tickets for each screening and event cost £1 per members and accompanying adults. Non-members can also attend for £3. Tickets can be booked online, in person at the Box Office or by calling 0871 902 5737. 

Find out more about the Children's British Board of Film Classification via their website.