Saturday, 18 October 2014

Our Fun Day At The Cornerhouse Nottingham

Last weekend we were invited along with some other lovely bloggers to The Cornerhouse in Nottingham where we were treated to a special screening of The Muppets Most Wanted in Cineworld.


The event was to promote Cineworld's Movies For Juniors which is something I knew nothing about but is brilliant for parents of young children. Cineworld have discounted weekly screenings of kids films for just £1.50 per person which is amazing and saves a fortune for a family of 4, screenings take place most weekend and school holiday mornings and if your kids want snacks during the film a Munchbox which contains popcorn, Milky Way Magic Stars and a Capri-Sun costs just £2. 

I think the Movies For Juniors is a great offer and something we'll be taking advantage of a lot in the future, it works out at just £10 for a family of 4 and 2 Munchboxes which is an absolute bargain.


The staff at Cineworld were so helpful and friendly we had a really lovely morning, we were greeted with tea, coffee and pastries for the adults and a Munchbox full of treats for the kids. Riley loved The Muppets Most Wanted and was thrilled with the lovely gift bag he received afterwards. 


The kids weren't the only ones who were treated, all the Mummy's received an amazing goody bag filled with L'Oreal products from the lovely people at Icon Hair & Beauty which we were all very excited about.


After the film we were greeted by the lovely staff from Tamatanga which is an Indian restaurant also in The Cornerhouse, Nottingham where we were treated to a delicious lunch. Me and my husband love curry so we were very excited about this but my son is a very fussy eater and I was a little concerned about what he would eat, I didn't have to worry though because they have a brilliant kids menu with favourites such as chips and chicken goujons so Riley was sorted.


Me and Ian decided on a Thali which is basically a little bit of everything, you get a veg snack, salad, poppadoms and chutney, two veg dishes, daal, rice or naan and a curry of your choice, we chose Butter Chicken and it was absolutely delicious.


We thoroughly enjoyed our time at The Cornerhouse and will definitely be taking advantage of the Movies For Juniors offer and also visiting Tamatanga again in the not too distant future.

XXX

3 comments:

  1. Aww I loved our day out at the cinema :D I'm hoping to take Stacey again soon as I saw they have Frozen on the Movies for Juniors list and we haven't seen it yet!!!

    Louise x

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  2. What a lovely review Emma! Movies for Juniors is such a great offer, we'll be using it more as well. Such a shame more people don't know about it, it saves a fortune

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  3. Looks like a great morning! Movies for Juniors sounds perfect for weekend mornings! x

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