Norm, the newly crowned king of the North, travels to New York with his son to accept the keys to the city. But Norm goes from hero to villain when he’s framed for a crime he didn’t commit! While he is trying to uncover the real criminal, back in the Arctic a vicious bottled-water company has moved in and is starting to steal the ice.
Be careful what you wish for. With their after school junk business, best friends Sonny and Sam hope to find treasure in other people’s trash. But when cleaning out the Stine house, they open a locked book that frees a supernatural nightmare – Slappy!
ZOG is the story of a keen young dragon who wants to learn how to fly, roar and breathe fire in his first years at Dragon School. He’s desperate to impress his teacher and win a golden star, but he’s accident-prone and each year he has to be helped by a kind young girl who patches up his bumps and bruises. Then in Year Four, he has to capture a princess – can the young girl help him with his trickiest challenge yet?
Mary Poppins Returns is an all-new original musical and is a sequel to the original Mary Poppins. Mary Poppins has come back to the next generation of the Banks family. Their lives are missing joy and wonder after a personal loss. Mary, the practically perfect nanny, with her friend Jack, the optimistic street lamplighter, bring light and life back to the streets of London and back to the Banks family.
Skip the squabbling, grab the popcorn and get ready for the ultimate Halloween which will have the seal of approval from the whole family. Halloween is a great time for spending some quality time together and building up fun traditions. From attending pumpkin patches together to find just the right pumpkin to carve and showcase outside your home ready for Trick or Treaters.
There’s a new film release on the block this month, and it’s a kind of magic, to say the very least. Yes, on Wednesday 24 October this year, in just a week’s time, Bohemian Rhapsody: The Movie hits the flicks. It’s time for us parents to break free, grab some popcorn, and arrange a child-free evening out to celebrate a cinematic expression of the hottest thing that ever happened to British rock.
As much as we love children’s television in our house, it isn’t often that new shows really compare to the classics. We love The Flintstones and Loony Tunes in our house and often enjoy them as a family. New ones, not so much. That is, until Roo and Piglet went absolutely wild for Spirit Riding Free.
Getting the kids to enjoy ‘family time’ isn’t always easy – especially as they get older. However, you and I know, as you get older, you look back on those times you had as a family with fondness. So how do you make family nights fun for everyone and something the kids ask for and look forward to?