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What's OnMum’s in Movies at Picturehouse Central

Showing a broad range of films with lots of mums in movies, Picturehouse Central is the perfect place to celebrate women in film and Mother's Day.
  • Dates 31/03/2019 - 31/03/2019
  • Location Corner of Shaftesbury Avenue, Piccadilly Circus, W1D 7DH
  • Price ££
A diverse selection of films and things to doAre you looking for somewhere special to treat your mum for Mother’s Day?Bringing a rich selection of films to our screens Picturehouse Central is the place to be spoil her silly. Offering an all-day cinematic experience in the heart of London, you can sit back and relax knowing your mum will be well catered for here.Choose to settle down in their ground floor barrista style café, or head to the first floor restaurant to try an exclusive cinema dining experience. Order favourites from the family-friendly main menu and sip on a beverage before enjoying a film.Ahead of Mother’s Day, why not plan your day to make sure you make your mum feel truly special?We’ve listed a selection of favourite on screen portrayals of mothers below, only available to watch at Picturehouse Central. So, sit back and soak up a movie exploring motherhood from a range of angles.Give the gift of film this Mother's DayAnd perhaps you’re looking for a gift to give your mum on Mother’s Day?If she is a film fanatic, why not give her the gift of Picturehouse cinemas membership?Once a member, you can pop in at any time, day or night to enjoy your favourite films with loads of amazing benefits, and you get exclusive access to the third floor Members Bar at Picturehouse Central.Find out more about membership here.With a seven-screen cinema available, a café-bar, restaurant and exclusive Members’ Bar with roof terrace, there’s no better place to celebrate Mother’s Day the perfect way at Picturehouse Central.

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