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Take 2: Family-Friendly Films

Everything from kid-friendly classics to family foreign language and the latest blockbuster releases, Take 2 will keep even the littlest film fans entertained.

How To Get Free Tickets

Every child attending a Take 2 screening receives a free ticket for themselves and one free ticket for their accompanying adult.

Free tickets are only issued on the day of the screening.

Children under the age of eight must be accompanied by an adult. Additional tickets and/or tickets purchased in advance cost £6 each.

At GFT we do everything we can to make families feel welcome and included.

Take 2 is our weekly family film and Take 2 Access is our monthly neurodivergent friendly family film.

At Take 2 and Take 2 Access every child under the age of 14 will receive a free ticket, and one free ticket for per one accompanying adult. For every additional adult there will be a £6 ticket fee which is discounted from our standard full adult price (£10.90).

Our Take 2 Access screenings have our house lights up, volume turned down and freedom of movement for families attending.

Information for attending Take 2 or Take 2 Access

During your visit, we provide:

  • Free drinking water
  • Seating for feeding babies, such as high chairs; we also welcome breast feeding
  • A baby changing facility, accessible by both women and men
  • A limited number of spaces for wheelchair users. We would advise pre-booking for these spaces.

There is access for buggies to the building, but they are not permitted inside the cinemas.

Buggy Storage – For Take 2 Saturday morning screenings there we provide space for a limited number of buggies to be parked during the film.

Children aged 14 and under will only be admitted to films certificated U, PG or 12A. There is no charge for babes in arms who don’t occupy a seat of their own.

All films will have their BBFC rating clearly stated on the listings to help parents and guardians make informed decisions.

For films identified as NC – this means that the film has not yet obtained BBFC certification, when followed by a number e.g. NC12, this means that the film is not BBFC certificated and is deemed to be suitable for those aged 12 and over.

We suggest that families with small children consider sitting at the end of a row. This will allow you to leave the cinema easily if necessary.

All staff members and volunteers are happy to help with any enquiry.

If you'd like to give us suggestions on how to make your family visit more enjoyable, then we’d love to hear from you. Email:

Films in this Season

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25 March

Take 2: GSFF Family Shorts (N/C 5+)

Glasgow Short Film Festival presents a showcase of the most exciting new animation from around the world, chosen with families in mind.

Image for Take 2: Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (PG)
1 April

Take 2: Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (PG)

Puss in Boots embarks on an epic adventure to find the magical wishing star.

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