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25/07/2006, 06:47 PM
I'm going to my first ever Babes in arms movie session tomorrow. Just wondering if you're allowed to take a pram in or not?
25/07/2006, 06:57 PM
It depends on the location, I have been to two different locations and one did, one didn't.
They state for safety you can't have all the prams blocking up the aisles.
They park them all in a row outside so make sure you don't leave anything valuable in your pram.
25/07/2006, 07:07 PM
From my experience, no. Have to leave them outside the cinema, like a pp said, fire hazard if trying to leave in an emergency.
25/07/2006, 07:36 PM
yes you can.
I went to the movies today and was able to park my pram in there.. jade was asleep whilst I watched over the hedge!
I've been to about 4/5 mums and bubs sessions with hoyts and have taken my pram in everytime!
25/07/2006, 07:42 PM
LOL Thanks for your replies. It seems it depends on the cinema. I guess I'll find out when I get there tomorrow. At least now I know I can take it anyway and park it outside if I need to.
25/07/2006, 07:50 PM
Sounds like we are all going to the cinema tomorrow! lol
Mmmm Johnny Depp!
26/07/2006, 07:25 AM
I have never found it too noisy but as the PP said you don't seem to notice it because you are so used to the noice yourself.
They are supposed to turn the volume of the movie down to be child friendly but I went a few weeks ago with my mothers group and it was so loud that you couldn't hear the babies over the movie anyway. LOL!!
DS slept through the noice anyway!!
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